HENRY MITTON is a composer and music producer. He sings, plays the piano and saxophone, conducts and fronts the occasional band. He has written for the screen, the stage, for video games, and for the concert hall.
Henry studied screen composition at the University of Bristol under the guidance of Martin Kiszko and William Goodchild (Jago: A Life Underwater, H2O: The Molecule That Made Us) and honed his production skills from Jonathan Scott (Portishead, Mark Knopfler). He studied conducting with Mark Heron (BBC Philharmonic) and orchestration with John Pickard.
Between 2019 and 2020, he worked as an Assistant to celebrated Canadian screen composer Rob Carli. Together, they worked on primetime shows such as Murdoch Mysteries, Frankie Drake and Fortunate Son. Henry has arranged for the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, the Hannaford Street Silver Band and The Lancaster Singers and won competitions run by the Grand Union Orchestra and the Symphonic Wind Orchestra of North London.
Henry regularly works with Toronto audio houses Grayson Music, Eggplant Sound and Pirate Audio to create bespoke music for commercials and brands. Recent advertising campaigns include CIBC Run for the Cure and Moss Bros. His work has been screened across the world and he has been nominated for an RTS West of England award.
Being influenced by artists across the genre spectrum from Radiohead to Shostakovich, Charles Mingus to Joni Mitchell, he has developed an original, experimental musical language.
Henry lives in Toronto, Canada.