Bradley is a composer who creates unique electro-acoustic music, often composing for live ensembles. He writes for EMI Production Music and 2nd Foundation Music and works in production teams for Film/T.V./Library composers including: Steven Price, Daryl Griffith, Patrick Doyle, and Sheridan Tongue. He has developed a wide range of skills, and lends his hand to session producing, editing, and orchestration. Bradley is also co-founder/director of 2nd Foundation Music and Arrow Production Music.
So far 2019 has seen Bradley music edit the Paramount Animation Wonder Park and has score edited Netflix’s new Nature Documentary Our Planet both featuring fantastic scores composed by Steven Price. Bradley also launched his new electronic music label Arrow Production Music.
Bradley acted as Music Editor for Claire McCarthy’s feature Ophelia starring Daisy Ridley before working with director Dan Cadan on his project Walk Like A Panther. Bradley also composed the score to Dan Hammersley‘s short film Radio and score edited the feature film Blue for Disneynature. Bradley continued to produce orchestral recording sessions for 2nd Foundation Music in the UK and Hungary.
In 2017, Bradley worked as part of a team of orchestrators on Feature Film, Phillauri for composers Shashwat Sachdev & Sameer Uddin. Later in the year, Bradley score edited the film American Assassin and supervised the Dolby Atmos dub as Music Editor.
2016 saw Bradley work on Steven Price’s score for Suicide Squad. Bradley also wrote albums for his production music label 2nd Foundation Music. Later in the year Bradley worked with director Edgar Wright on his musically unique feature film Baby Driver.
During 2015, Bradley worked alongside Daryl Griffith on their Production Music Library – 2nd Foundation Music. He produced a multitude of recording sessions in a variety of countries. Bradley was also the Music Programmer on Patrick Neil Doyle’s score to “Kepler’s Dream”, recorded at Air-Edel studios. Later in the year, 2nd Foundation launched in Australia, USA, and the UK.Bradley began working for Oscar-winner Steven Price editing the sessions for his score to BBC’s The Hunt, produced by Silverback Films and recorded at Abbey Road by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
2014 has seen Bradley work as an integral part of many music teams. He worked with Composer Patrick Doyle on his score for the BBC Documentary “Enchanted Kingdoms”. Later in the year, Bradley worked on a number of feature films and biopics, including Legend of Longwood, score by Patrick Neil Doyle, The Man, Le Mans, score by Jim Copperthwaite and selected for Festival de Cannes, and Cinderella, score by Patrick Doyle.
In 2013, Bradley’s composition Spitalfields, was performed by the Ligeti Quartet for its premiere. This piece was later awarded the David Lovett Composition Prize. In the Summer, Bradley graduated from the Tonmeister Course with First Class Honours. Later that year, Bradley was Producer and Editor for a high-profile EMI Production Music album recorded at Lyndhurst Hall, Air Studios, composed by Daryl Griffith.
Bradley started working with Sheridan Tongue in 2011, programming music and music editing for Silent Witness and DCI Banks. He arranged a String Quartet for Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking based on a theme written by Sheridan. Bradley also began writing production music for EMI.
In 2009, Bradley assisted in the orchestrations of The Prisoner (music by Rupert Gregson-Williams), and orchestrated (alongside Daryl Griffith and Alastair King) BBC 4’s Enid Blyton (score by Nicholas Hooper). He also scored the short animation titledThe Model Maker, a film produced and directed by Phillip Wood, and recorded overdubs for various adverts for companies including HSBC and Kit-Kat. He began studying on the Tonmeister Course at the University of Surrey and composed scores to short films titled Dhama and Concrete Castles.
In 2008, Bradley worked as orchestrator’s assistant on two feature films; Bedtime Stories (Disney, score by Rupert Gregson Williams) and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Warner Brothers, score by Nicholas Hooper).