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James Wedlock (composer)

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James Alexander Wedlock (Born 10 July 1991) is a British film & TV composer, best known for his work on short films.


Born in Cambridge and a graduate of the London College of Music, James Alexander Wedlock is a film & TV composer based in London.

Wedlock began his musical career with aspirations of becoming a professional guitarist. However, he soon began to show a keen interest in composition, with a special focus on incidental music. Wedlock studied Music Composition under the tutelage of Simon Rigby, where he completed a number of works for multiple ensembles, most notably a rhapsody in 4 movements for full orchestra. Whilst studying, he developed his proficiency in writing music for the moving image, leading to a collaboration on multiple projects at the Met Film School in London.

Since then, he has become known in particular for his modal style and light touch with the orchestra and varying chamber music combinations.[1]


Year Title Director(s) Genre Type Notes
2016 The Tooth Fairy Tom Turner Horror Short 1 Win, 1 Nomination[2]
2019 Tolerance[3] Paul Laight Thriller Short
2019 A Glimpse[4] Tom Turner Romance, Drama Short

Concert music[edit]

In addition to his work in film and TV, Wedlock has also written music for the concert hall. This music is published by Editiondb and features his most notable work; 'The Forest' for solo bassoon.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "James Wedlock". Retrieved 2019-07-25.
  2. - retrieved 2019-11-19
  3. Writer, Paul; Filmmaker (2019-01-07). "TOLERANCE (2019) – short film trailer release". The Cinema Fix presents. Retrieved 2019-11-19.
  4. Editor (2019-09-20). "Tom Turner's A Glimpse starring Oscar winners Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton receives its world premiere at Raindance Film Festival". FILM & TELEVISION BUSINESS. Retrieved 2019-11-19.

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