Mike Ladouceur is among the most exciting and significant talents emerging today‚ with many high-profile film and TV projects to his name. Renowned on both sides of the Atlantic, his musical style blends orchestral and ambient electronic textures, and has been described by distinguished conductor and orchestrator Jeff Atmajian as “like listening to a beautiful impressionist painting”. Mike’s distinctive sound is constructed from many intricate lines and textures that combine to create a rapturous force. He employs a diverse sonic palette which allows the listener to become entranced in a meditative state, often triggering deeply emotional responses.
Mike’s notable career highlights are many and varied, and include winning the Angel Award for Best Original Music, Short Film for BIRTHCLOUD, and the Tagore Gold Medal for outstanding musical contributions at the Royal College of Music, presented in March 2016 by HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
BETWEEN WORLDS, his debut album, was recorded at Angel Studios with a 42-piece orchestra and was launched at an immersive art installation at London’s Hospital Club in 2019. Mike is published by Warp Publishing. Among his many notable film and TV credits include music for DATELINE (NBC) and Aurora Fearnley’s epic Sci-fi PULSAR (Little Northern Light/Reel Issues Films), which stars David Gyasi and Jessie Buckley.
Mike has written additional music and arrangements for HIS DARK MATERIALS (HBO/BBC), MARCELLA (ITV/Netflix), LOVE. WEDDING. REPEAT (Netflix) and for MASTER MOLEY (Nottage Productions) starring Gemma Arterton, Charles Dance, Julie Walters, Warwick Davis. He has also worked as Orchestrator on major projects including BLACK WIDOW (Marvel/Disney), MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT (Paramount), AD ASTRA (Plan B), GEMINI MAN (Skydance/Paramount), 6 UNDERGROUND (Netflix), LOOKING UP (Tianjin Chengzi Yinxiang Media), WHERE'S MY ROY COHN? (Sony) and NAE PARASAN (BBC Scotland).
Mike is a passionate educator and holds prestigious teaching posts at two of the world’s leading institutions, London’s Royal College of Music and the University of Cambridge, where he teaches the film music curriculum at both undergraduate and Master’s levels.
Greg Myers has been in the film industry for more than 10 years. He was the Line Producer for 2307: WINTER’S DREAM and more recently with 21ST CENTURY DIALOGUES and I REMEMBER TELEVISION PRESENTS TV series. His other credits include PANDEMIC PLAYHOUSE, REALITY DISORDER, and PLAYIN’ FOR LOVE.
A South African native, Delarey re-located to Los Angeles, CA in 2010. After building up his business working in independent films, commercials and television, Delarey joined the Art Director’s Guild in 2018.
Delarey began his career in the film industry in South Africa in 1990, working on over 45 film and television productions. In 2006, Delarey was hired by ER as the Art Director in South Africa when the NBC series shot three episodes in Cape Town and the Kalahari Desert. Previously, Delarey worked as the set decorator on ALI, BEYOND BORDERS and FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX - all in Africa.
Delarey has been nominated for both a Gemini Award in 2009 for DIAMONDS and an Art Director’s Guild Award in 2010 for his work on AMC's THE PRISONER, which shot in Namibia.
Delarey brings a great deal of experience, a tremendous work ethic and a positive attitude to every job.
MAKEUP ARTIST + STYLIST
Emily Rose has been providing makeup and wardrobe styling services for photo shoots, video productions, and live events for over ten years. Clients include:
THE PHARMACIST (Netflix)
PETER PAN (Pilot)
SHIT & CHAMPAGNE (Feature Film)
HIPSTER ROMANCE (Short Film)
THIRTEEN (Short Film)
FORGOTTEN EVIL (Feature Film)