Alex Burnett is a composer for film, TV and video games. He is also skilled in sound design, editing and mixing. He has a Masters in Composition for Film and Television from the University of Bristol, as well as a Bachelor of Music from Royal Holloway, University of London.

Alex began writing music for theatre and has since moved on to working on film, TV and game soundtracks. His music has appeared on major UK TV broadcaster Channel 4, and he has also worked at ITV London Studios as music arranger/director on award-winning comedy talk show The Last Leg. Other notable clients include Panasonic UK, ZSL London Zoo and The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust. He scored the BBC Earth award-winning wildlife film 'Giants on the Edge' and received a nomination for Best Original Score for his work on medieval fantasy series '9Realms' at international film festival Los Angeles CineFest.

Alex has written soundtracks for a number of video games and mobile apps including sci-fi puzzle-platformer game 'The Mimic' (PC) featured at the UK's biggest gaming event EGX and now available on Steam. He is also the composer for interactive children's brand Bean&Gone and is responsible for writing music for their entire range of digital products including educational mobile app 'Bean&Gone: PlayPatch' (Android, iOS, Amazon Fire).

In 2018, Alex will be writing the soundtrack for an exciting new video game project which is being produced by renowned European TV network ARTE in association with French games studio La Belle Games.

Recent credits include: The Mimic (PC Game) and Bean&Gone: PlayPatch (iOS/Android App)