Liam Fuller is a composer and orchestrator for media based in London. His music often favours lush, sweeping orchestration and driving electronic textures, creating a sound with unmistakable depth.

Spanning several genres, Liam’s film highlights include the award-winning horror short LEECH (released on Alter), Barbican Cinema’s silent film commissions and acclaimed original music for EBRD’s annual meeting film. The film, which explores the bank’s work across three continents and was watched live by the President of Uzbekistan.

As an orchestrator, Liam is currently working with Ivor-nominated Speakers Corner Quartet on a new album, following their collaboration (and resulting concert) with Manchester Camerata and conductor Robert Ames. Liam was involved with RAM Records’ sell-out OrchestRAM shows, session conducting and orchestrating on several tracks.

Before studying at Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Liam grew up playing piano and performing in jazz ensembles. Liam also plays Irish whistle, often incorporating it into his music.