Richard Lacy’s musical career started on a second-hand Hammond C3 organ his father bought him. That initial taste of creation would eventually lead to him opening his first recording studio in the late 1980s. There, he learned the ropes of recording from talented producers and engineers. Fueled by that knowledge, Richard started the band Eden’s Bridge in the early 1990s and they produced a larger-than-life sound that could only be created in a studio. His career took another turn in 1996, when he first started composing music for an agency. He’s created works with long-time friend and fellow composer Barrie Gledden for nearly two decades. Richard also plays synth for Sheffield band From A Window.