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Samuel Karl Bohn (2003-2005)

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Samuel Karl Bohn (2003-2005)

Composer

Sam won a Music & Sound Award 2015 for 'Best Original Composition: Trailers and Promos' for The Theory of Everything.

He is an accomplished composer with a long list of credits. Sam's website says:

"Samuel Karl Bohn’s skills as a classical composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist have given him the opportunity to produce a diverse body of work. It is Bohn’s orchestral arrangement of the Foxes song Youth that is featured on the 2013 Debenhams Christmas advertising campaign.

His music can also be heard across the very promising and very funny Inbetweeners spin-off series Drifters. He has worked with the composer Matthew Herbert on the Winter Olympics Sochi 2014 opening ceremony.

In film, Bohn composed the score for the horror feature Don’t Let Him In (2011). This followed a period of assisting the composer Christian Henson, with whom he worked on many projects including Bunch of Amateurs, Consuming Passions, Malice in Wonderland and Triangle.

His television work is highly regarded including Parents for Objective Productions (starring Sally Phillips and Tom Conti), Theatreland for Sky and additional music on Poirot and Super-Sized Earth amongst his numerous credits."

The Hereford Times wrote an article on Sam's success which can be viewed here.