Harry Brokensha is a composer and orchestrator based in London.
He recently scored ABC’s Emmy-nominated feature documentary ‘In The Cold Dark Night’, which aired on primetime national television in the US and on Sky Documentaries in the UK. Earlier this year, he scored the soon-to-be-released comedy drama ‘Pops’, directed by acclaimed new director Lewis Rose. He is currently composing for coming-of-age narrative feature film ‘Kindling’. Later this year, he will be writing music for ‘Dagda’s Harp’, a short animated film commissioned by RTÉ for Halloween, and ‘Shé (Snake)’, a BBC Films/NFTS Bridges production written and directed by Sundance Jury Prize winner Renee Zhan.
During 2020 and 2021 Harry has worked as an orchestrator for Lorne Balfe on several high profile projects including ’The Tomorrow War’, ‘His Dark Materials: Season Two’, ‘Pennyworth: Season Two’ and ‘Rumble’. He has also worked as a composer assistant to Sally Potter. His concert works have been performed live at the Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall and the O2 Arena. He also regularly collaborates with pop artists and producers.
Harry graduated with a BA in Music from Oxford University, before completing an MA in Composition for Film and TV at the National Film and Television School.