Joshua Szweda [pronounced Shved-ah] is a composer whose work across film, games and television includes the international trailers for both Agatha Christie’s THE PALE HORSE and WHY DIDN'T THEY ASK EVANS?, the chilling Channel 5 crime investigation series 5 MISTAKES THAT CAUGHT A KILLER, and THE FINANCIAL TIMES adverts for their ‘Make Sense Of It All’ and ‘The New Agenda’ advertising campaigns.
Composing the music for the award winning short film HEADLIGHTS, he went on to be nominated for ‘Best Original Music’ at the Fastnet Film Festival. He also composed the music to the gravity defying video game ATMOCITY, and is currently composing music for the upcoming platform video game BREAK THE LOOP by French developer Mastodonte and his debut feature film SATU: YEAR OF THE RABBIT.
His extensive body of work can be regularly heard on television and has been utilised by shows such as DISPATCHES, PANORAMA, STACEY DOOLEY INVESTIGATES, THIS MORNING and FORMULA 1: DRIVE TO SURVIVE.
Born and raised in West Sussex he can often be found travelling to new cities and countries for musical inspiration and exploration.