Laurence Love Greed
Laurence Love Greed is an award winning British composer, experimental musician and motion picture music editor, who’s multidisciplinary work spans film, television, pop music, installation art, and live performance.
Laurence’s recent composer credits include the score for BBC One thriller Keeping Faith, starring Eve Myles, which Laurence won the 2018 BAFTA Cymru for Original Music, with songwriter Amy Wadge. Other composer credits include the BBC’s NHS commemorative film To Provide All People, starring Michael Sheen and Martin Freeman, multi-BAFTA winning film Aberfan: The Green Hollow and indie feature A Serial Killer's Guide To Life.
A pianist and percussionist, sound recordist and editor, he has worked closely with many other composers, including Howard Shore, Max Richter, David Arnold and Rupert Gregson-Williams, helping to craft the soundtracks for award winning films and television programmes such as The Hobbit (Warner Bros), Taboo (BBC/Scott Free), Sherlock (BBC) and The Crown (Netflix).
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