Media Page

Advertising

 

This is a selection of my work for advertising. The video shows my broadcast work, and the audio tracks to the right are for music libraries or demos / pitches for adverts.

Advertising

Documentary / Factual 

For more, please visit my BRAND NEW website dedicated to Documentary and Factual work:

www.clairebatchelordocs.com 

Documentary

Film and Trailers

 

I have scored many short films, and my latest work was for "The Bird" directed by Joe Parham and Ben Target, starring Julia Davis and Alastair Roberts (Watch above). The tracks on the right are for film trailers and TV promos.

Film and Trailers

Corporate

 

I write in many styles for corporate and promotional films. Please contact me if you are thinking of commissioning a bespoke score for your corporate video.

Childrens

Live Orchestra

 

As part of my degree in 2007 I wrote a 15 minute suite for orchestra. This is part of the third movement, "Bloom" performed by Misbourne Symphony Orchestra.  Nothing beats the real thing!  If you are interested in commissioning a piece for full orchestra or an orchestral film score, please visit my contact page.

Music for Computer Games

I have written a few scores for computer games, which are yet to be released. Please contact me if you are looking to hire a composer to create bespoke music for your computer game or mobile game.

 

"Claire is very flexible in her approach and she takes the time to understand our client's brief. The music Claire creates always works well with the visuals. If something isn't quite right - she is willing to try new things and suggests alternatives with no fuss. Her commitment to tight deadlines is always impressive." Darren Cliff, Cliff Productions

 

To have a chat about musical ideas for your next project please give me a call or email.

 

 "Claire can take a Brief. In my book, there is no higher praise. At very short notice, we asked her to produce three key themes for a 70-minute documentary we were producing. Classical in style, the three pieces were exactly right, capturing the mood we needed perfectly. Wish we'd left more space for the music!" Nick da Costa, Writer & Director, Wide Angle