Heather Fenoughty

Heather Fenoughty

With credits on BBC1, BBC3 and ITV1 documentaries and BBC2 and BBC4 films, Heather has scored, sound-tracked or mixed nearly 100 short films, many of which have won awards.

Heather has also been Composer-in-Residence for the Arthur C. Clarke Awards since 2009.

As a member of Slung Low, an experimental, new-writing theatre company, her music and sound design have featured heavily in creating personal ‘soundtracks’ for immersive theatre experience audiences across the country. Her most recent production is the acclaimed First World War city-wide adventure show called Blood and Chocolate. You can see a preview of that here.

Her next stage commission is an adaptation of Moby Dick called THE WHITE WHALE which will be performed in Leeds at the canal basin in the Royal Armouries and will then tour various Yorkshire canal basins.

She is also composing the music for the V&A’s Venetian Masquerade exhibition which launched at the end of 2014.

Her recent television commissions include a 1-minute advertisement for CITV broadcast across the ITV family of channels and BAFTA-winning SHARE A STORY for CITV.

Her 2016 film productions included the feature length documentary THE AVIATRIX aired on BBC4. She is also recognised as a composer for 3D and 4D simulator experiences aired at theme parks internationally. See the featured excerpt of THE GOOD THE BAD AND A HORSE for an example of her scoring for this genre.

2017 productions include the forthcoming major BBC 2 live event, FLOOD: TO THE SEA which you can read more about here.