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Born 1978 in London, Charlie is a British composer and music producer. His training as a classical guitarist collided with the world of electronic production in the 1990s and early 2000s and ever since the resulting work demonstrates a love of exploring these different fields with an improvisational and collaborative ethos at heart. His current work is interested in concepts of landscape, external and internal. This emotive and atmospheric blend of rootsy acoustica, orchestral instrumentation and minimal electronica has also proven popular with award winning film makers worldwide. He now lives in bonnie, coastal Scotland, his home since 1997. Extended bio here.

 

Charlie is a very talented composer who delivered some evocative and beautiful music in a wide range of styles for ‘Future of Food’ a BBC2 series looking at food production around the world.
— Gareth Williams, Series Producer, BBC
THE SCORE…sounds GORGEOUS! Thanks so much for putting that all together so last minute! You’re a music making wizard genius man!
— Jessica Ashman, BAFTA Award Winning Animator
Charlie is a very talented and versatile composer but just as importantly, a true professional. When you find someone like Charlie on your team you make sure to keep him there!
— Martin Glegg - Creative Director, Wallop
 
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Memories of America

by Charlie Jefferson

An atmospheric and emotionally charged exploration of minimalist Americana, inspired by memories of the American landscape.

Listen to more of Charlie's music by FOLLOWING THIS LINK to his Soundcloud page.

Selected tV Credits

Countryfile is one of Britain's most popular programmes, reporting on ruralagricultural, and environmental issues. Charlie's music has featured regularly since 2016. [BBC]

Filmed over a year in Michigan, Wyoming, Texas and Florida, this programme hears from Trump supporters who hoped that he would 'make America great again'. [BBC]

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Documentary examining the impact of Martin Luther and his ideas on the Gaelic-speaking peoples of Scotland and Ireland. [BBC\ WADDELL MEDIA]

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HORIZON: WHY DID I GO MAD?

Horizon follows three people living with voices, hallucinations and paranoia, to explore what causes this kind of phenomena. Providing a rare first-hand insight into their experiences. [BBC]

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YELLOWSTONE

A natural history portrait of a year in Yellowstone, following the fortunes of America's wildlife icons as they face the challenges of one of the most extraordinary wildernesses on Earth [BBC]

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GREAT AMERICAN RAILROAD JOURNEYS

Michael Portillo crosses the Atlantic to ride the railroads of America, armed with Appleton's General Guide to the United States, published in 1879. [BBC]

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An uncompromising look at the lives of sex workers in an area of Leeds. [BBC]

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A revealing portrait of our closest star. Narrated by Andrew Lincoln. [BBC]

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