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Daisy Coole is a composer and saxophonist who has toured Europe as a jazz and session musician, appearing on international radio and television alongside artists such as Ebony Bones. She began scoring films alongside guitarist Tom Nettleship in 2015 under the composer duo name 'Two Twenty Two'.
Their music has been featured in the New York Times and the United Nations General Assembly, performed live at the Royal Albert Hall, and has won a Royal Television Society East award for short documentary ‘Nial Adams’.
Feature film scores in recent years include award-winning US drama ‘Ask For Jane’ starring Sarah Steele (The Good Wife) and Alison Wright (The Americans), Rohingya documentary ‘Shanti Khana’, narrated by Ashley Judd, and British comedy heist film ‘The Pay Day’ starring Simon Callow, which had a US theatrical release in November 2022. The jazz-funk soundtrack for The Pay Day was released on MovieScore Media.
Daisy and Tom’s collaborations with dancers include ‘Botis Seva: Air’, a documentary/dance film starring the Olivier Award-winning choreographer in a rare solo outing, and ‘Swing, Sister, Swing’, a narrative swing dance show with a score recorded by a 16-piece all-women big band.
In recent years, they have added sound mixer and designer Dom Lancaster to the Two Twenty Two roster. The trio often work as a full-service music and sound team on both features and short films, including BFI Network short, Home By 8.30 (nominated for Best Score at Beeston Film Festival), My Condolences to Your Future Lovers (nominated for Best Music at Underwire Film Festival) and upcoming feature films Another Day to Live Through (UK/Finland psychological horror) and The Pay Day (British heist film starring Simon Callow).
Daisy is a Board member for the Alliance for Women Film Composers and regularly hosts and speaks on panels for organisations including the AWFC, Adam & Eve/DDB and BUMA Music in Motion. In January 2023, she was selected as a Mentee on WFTV’s prestigious Four Nations Mentoring Scheme.
Royal Television Society East award for 'Nial Adams'