There is something magical about music and how it brings a film to life. From a melody that finds an emotional and psychological connection to characters to the unique soul of instruments, music goes deeper than other storytelling mediums faster. Ian Honeyman is a composer, music producer, and multi-instrumentalist with over 60 feature film and TV credits. In this conversation, he talks about how he comes up with ideas, his interest in unique instruments from around the world, and the secret to creating music and telling stories. He also has a lot of great advice for directors on how they can work with composers.
About Ian Honeyman
“Ian Honeyman is a composer, music producer and multi-instrumentalist with over 60 feature film and TV credits. Ian believes in making films with as much imagination as possible, pushing characters’ journeys as far as they can go and giving audiences the most meaningful experience possible. He is a creative partner to filmmakers, enhancing films by using music to grow a deeper psychological connection between the characters and the audience. He creates each score to build a personality for the film on another level, to give the audience a unique language to identify with the film.” – IanHoneyman.com