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Graham is one of Britain’s most experienced and active Music Producers specialising in the international film music business.

Education Graham studied music at Kneller Hall, the Royal Military School of Music and the Guildhall School of Music in London after which he began his career in the music production business. Graham is also a good musician; a trumpet player.

Graham is one of Britain’s most experienced and active Music Producers specialising in the international film music business.

After a distinguished career as Musical Director of Yorkshire Television, Head of Music for Granada Television and Head of Film Music Production for Lord Grade’s ITC Films, Graham then became freelance. The first 6 years of Graham’s career were spent at the world famous KPM Production Music Library; that was the day job! The night job was arranging and conducting sessions for various ‘pop’ and variety stars’ singles and albums such as Dickie Henderson, Roy Castle, Nicko McBrain (the drummer from Iron Maiden) and the number 1 hit ‘Grandad’ performed by Clive Dunn(!) plus score takedowns for the BBC’s ‘Top of the Pops’ for US groups such as ‘The Four Tops,’ Diana Ross and The Supremes,’ Otis Redding,’ ‘Marvin Gaye’ and many others.


Musical Director - Yorkshire Television, Head of Music - Granada Television, Head of Film Production (Music) - Lord Grade’s ITC Films, Head of Music - Zenith Productions.

Over the years Graham has acquired extensive expertise in recording throughout Europe and beyond. He has worked with many composers, musicians and orchestras in the recording centres of London, New York, Paris, Munich, Cologne, Rome, Brussels, Berlin, Budapest, Moscow, Belgrade, Prague, Bratislava, Brandenburg and various locations in South Africa. Musically Graham has worked with talents as diverse as Bill Wyman, Paul McCartney, Mark Bolan, The Pogues, Nigel Kennedy, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Anthony Minghella through to Sir Lawrence Olivier plus composers such as John Barry, Christopher Young, Georges Delerue, Danny Elfman, Gary Oldman, David Newman, Basil Poledouris, Gabriel Yared, Jamshied Sharifi, Alan Parker, Mike Moran, George Kallis, Guy Barker, James Brett and many others. More information can be seen on my Credit List.

Music Law

Graham is familiar with the Union Agreements and working practices in each country and is an expert on music copyright law. He has demonstrated time and time again to his clients that by knowing the best orchestras, musicians and studios in each venue, he can set up both technically and musically the most cost-effective soundtrack recording sessions. He works with the composer and production team to produce the best music soundtrack; on time; on budget.

Studio and Location Recording

In addition to Graham’s professional production/supervision of 87 feature films and 100’s of television productions, Graham is a trumpet player. His first love is jazz (but loves all music) and regularly plays lead trumpet in a local big band. Professionally, as a musician this helps when working with a composer on a score recording and when working on recording music tracks featured in a film project this is invaluable. As an example of all films, Graham was the music production supervisor and joint music producer with of the music for the film ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ and was the music producer of all the pre-recorded featured tracks. Graham set up, organised the studio and orchestra and then supervised and co-produced the recording of the post-production score with the composer Gabriel Yared as his score reader and ‘ears’ in the filmscore recording sessions and remixing sessions.

Eight of the twelve songs in Planet 51 where worldwide pop hits of the late 50’s, early 60’s and where rerecorded and produced by Graham in the style of 80’s hard rock including lead singers such as John Sloman who used to be with the 70’s hit band ‘Uriah Heep.’

Graham’s proven ability in running a Music Department within major production entities has given him the knowledge and experience to control, manage and advise on all aspects of a projects music requirements throughout the entire production period of the largest size. As a trained musician, his ability to co-ordinate with the chosen composer is invaluable to the production and appreciated by all composers that he has worked with. As a music rights negotiator with a great team, as a musician and music producer, the featured music can be cleared at the best rates possible, recorded and produced at the highest quality at the best prices in consideration of the budget.

Graham Walker at The Internet Movie Database

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Liz started her career in the advertising business working for MCCANN ERICKSON on a variety of accounts mostly on the International side. After seven years in the creative department travelling around Europe and the USA she left to go freelance before being hired by IMAGINATION producing films for Ford, BT and other blue chip clients.

In 1985 she met Lesley Robson Foster at ENGLISH MARKELL POCKETT where they worked as a team producing/directing commercials specialising in animation and computer graphics as well as live-action. Liz and Lesley then formed ROBSON FOSTER SCHREK LTD where they continued working in the advertising and corporate field until Lesley was given the opportunity to direct in New York. After she left, Liz then opened LIZ SCHREK PRODUCTIONS producing commercials, pop videos, corporate films with various directors.

In 1993 Liz met Graham Walker and became a partner in GRAHAM WALKER MUSIC working as music coordinator and/or music supervisor on a number of TV and feature films including films such as ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ ‘Sleepy Hollow’ ‘Rules of Engagement’ ‘The Saint’ ‘Rugrats’ ‘Rugrats in Paris’ ‘Beavis and Butt-Head do America’ ‘Hard Rain’ ‘Bless the Child’ ‘The Browning Version’ ‘Nobody’s Fool’ ‘Lassie’ ‘Black Beauty’ ‘Joy Division’ and many others.


In addition to SFMP, they have formed MOTION PICTURE RECORDS with MIKE MORAN the talented composer and musician - as well as a music production library, publishing company and special projects division.

Liz was the music supervisor on Planet 51 the animated film released worldwide and on ‘Day of the Flowers’ with Graham. Future projects include ‘400 Boys’, an apocalyptic story of youth gangs based in near-future Detroit. ‘The Prince of Cool’ the long awaited major feature film based on the life of the legendary jazz trumpet player Chet Baker, ‘Whiskey Robber’ a modern day Robin Hood tale based in Transylvania, ‘Going Vertical’ and Forbidden City.

Having just completed the recording of ‘A Place in the Stars’ in Budapest, she is now working on ‘Ibiza Undead’.


Links to these web sites can be found on the links page.

Liz Schrek at The Internet Movie Database

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Gary Welch is an independent Music Consultant for film and runs his own company, Eyehear Limited which works with leading UK companies such as Universal Pictures, Ridley Scott Associates, Passion Pictures, Handmade Films and more.

Since 1994 Gary has worked in key creative and business parts of the music industry including A & R, label management, synchronisation and other areas, with experience both at a record label and with a music publisher. He also spent four years account managing the music interests of UK TV production companies such as Princess Productions, Company Pictures, Objective Productions whilst working at Performing Rights Society, PRS for Music.

One of Gary’s recent films, Northern Soul released in 2014 and starring Steve Coogan was nominated for a BAFTA and won Best Film at NME Awards 2015 and he has just completed a cinematic documentary about Marlon Brando, for Passion Pictures Listen To Me Marlon which screened at Sundance in January 2015 and Variety said “the pic is a superbly crafted collage whose soundtrack is as complexly textured as the curation and editing of visual elements.”

Work has just started on animation feature film, Ethel & Ernest from Raymond Briggs, the illustrator behind The Snowman with other projects due to commence soon. In addition to film Gary also works closely with Red Bull Media House across online content for their extreme sportsmen and TV shows such as Video Killed The Radio Star for Sky Arts.

Gary looks forward to working on your project soon.

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Basil Poledouris, Tim Boyle (Engineer), Liz Schrek ‘resting’
after ‘Lassie’ scoring.


Matt Damon, Jude Law, Guy Barker. ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’
Jazz Club location in Rome.


Guy Barker & Gabriel Yared
‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’
Jazz Club location in Rome.


Chris Dibble (Engineer)
Moscow Studio.


Jamshied Sharifi
Scoring ‘Harriet the Spy’.


Radio Orch & Studio Moscow.
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Zulu Worriers
Location recording
Quazululand, S. Africa ‘Rhodes’.


Alan Parker
Scoring ‘Rhodes’

Nicko McBrain
of Iron Maiden
Filming ‘Rhythm of the Beast’.

Mark Tucker, Brett Leonard,
George Kallis & Graham Walker 
Scoring Highlander ‘The Source’
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