Gavin Harrison first discovered his interest in sound creation at five, when he was fascinated by his grandparents’ upright piano. At ten, however, the seed of creation took hold when a teacher played his class a film clip with dialogue and no music and then with music. Gavin experienced how music can wholly change a scene. Inspired, he studied Music Technology at Cambridge Regional College and MIDI at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. He’s worked with Terry Devine-King and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with music placed on Rome: The History of an Eternal City (BBC HD), Panorama (BBC 1), and Channel 4’s 2012 Paralympics coverage. His music-making traverses all genres, from 8-bit to full orchestra.