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David Hermann - Composer

David Hermann grew up whistling complex melodies in dark German forests before moving to England on his own at the age of 16 because he wanted to wear tweed. David has composed music for several TV productions in Germany and Switzerland, steadily amassing an impressive portfolio. He released an album with his band Sherry Black and The Port Authority in 2008 and has extensively played London. In 2007 David collaborated with DEF on a music video for his own excellent song Sweetshop. Since then he has worked as a composer on Bowler Hat, Everyone’s a Little Monkey, Girl Blue Running Shoe, Corporates and His Uterus; Her Lover as well as several external productions. David is also a fully funded literary scholar, currently completing a PhD in comparative literature and cognitive science at UCL. His website

 

Rianna Goss - Ex- Intern gone Studio Supervisor 

Rianna Goss was born and bred in the Yorkshire city of Sheffield. Now living in London she is trying to keep to her roots by holding on to the accent. As well as being our Social Media Intern, keeping you in the loop and up to date with all the goings on here at Dog Eared Films HQ, she is a successful Stills Photographer graduating with a BA (Hons) in Photography & Digital Imaging from the University of West London. Having worked on our very own short His Uterus, Her Lover, Rianna has progressed onto working with clients such as EMI with Conor Maynard for his debut music video “Can’t Say No” (cue screaming teenieboppers following her all over twitter...) and Turn First Artists shooting numerous fashion and portrait shoots. Most recently, Rianna’s photography piece titled Angel of Portobello was longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2012, and was projected at the Prize's exhibition at York St Mary's. Visit her photography website. Contrary to popular belief she does not tire of her international-superstar-namesake’s back catalogue being sung to her in varying octaves. Oh, and she was on The Graham Norton Show’s red chair segment... maybe we can persuade her to post the YouTube link...