AboutBrief BiographyJoe Hogan is a music composer, sound-designer & audio-engineer based in the UK.
His credits include video games, award-winning indie feature films, award-winning short films, library music, commercial websites, corporate films, and award-winning music software titles.
Music credits include indie feature film "Nuryan" ('Best Horror/Sci-Fi Feature', London Independent Film Festival 2010), the Disney video game "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and more. Audio credits include "Silent Hill: Downpour", the "Guitar Hero" franchise and more.
Joe's professional music work spans various orchestral and contemporary genres. He is experienced in mixing, mastering, sound-effects creation, and has a very strong background in music technology, and all aspects of game-audio implementation.
Joe is fascinated by all things that make noise, and has a strange obsession with Lego.
References ...Current & Previous Clients/Collaborators
"I've had the pleasure to work with Joe on a number of projects where he has worked as both composer and sound engineer. I've always been impressed with the thoroughness and quality of his work on every title. As a composer Joe has made music that has left me dumb with awe so what more can you ask for?"
"Joe has continually provided us with high quality, relevant music on a variety of motion pictures (short and feature). Ranging from Horror - Drama, Fantasy - Period, Joe not only provides a fast and efficient end product but excels in providing us with an expert input into the choice of music needed to bring scenes to life. See you on the next project."
"Joe Hogan composed the entire score, all original music, for my feature film 'Nuryan'. His skill, dedication, and first and foremost his uncanny ability to capture and enhance the mood through his compositions meant that he was not only easy to work with, but that the film has been beautifully and seamlessly enhanced. Joe is a genuinely talented composer who will go far."
"Joe is an excellent composer and sound designer. He did a superlative job on my film and I give him an unconditioned recommendation."