Hollie Buhagiar is an award-winning Gibraltarian composer based in London, who specialises in crafting bespoke scores for film, TV and Games. She has worked on a plethora of projects for both short and feature length films alongside Grammy and Academy Award winning engineers in the finest studios across London.
Graduating from Leeds College of Music with a first-class honours in Music production, Hollie continued on to complete a Masters at the National Film and Television School.
Throughout her career she has been hailed for her unique and varied sonic palette as well as her ability to create fascinating scores that approach traditional composition from a new and exciting perspective.
Hollie's experience spans worldwide and includes work for the likes of Amazon, Channel 4, BFI, NOWNESS, Creative England, Tate, The Guardian, Film London and BBC. Her projects have received critical acclaim winning various prestigious awards, these include a Porsche Award, a Gold British Arrow and the McLaren Award for Best British Animation, as well as being a two time Unity Awards nominee. One of her works 'Poles Apart' won the 2018 British Short Animation BAFTA. Hollie also received the 2018 Best Composer award at the Underwire Film Festival after having received a total of five nominations across two years. In addition to this she was nominated for the 2018 Best Sound Design Offie Award with her theatre debut in 'Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties'. 2020 thus far has seen her take home the award for Best Music at the Top Indie Awards. Her acclaimed string quintet piece 'Astilbe' recently had it's world premiere performance in Rode Island and is set to be toured across USA, she was also honoured this past year with Gibraltar's first ever Extraordinary Achievement Award for her work in the arts.
Aside from this, Hollie is an extremely accomplished session vocalist having worked on everything from prime time television shows to worldwide advertising campaigns, the most recent of which being seasons eleven and twelve of Doctor Who.