kennyinglis Kenny Inglis

Glasgow   United Kingdom
Member since March 1, 2019

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Kenny Inglis is a double BAFTA winning composer and producer based in Glasgow.

Kenny has been writing and producing music professionally for over 20 years. Like the majority of people who have made a career in the music industry, his personal journey has involved a number of left and right turns.

His began his career as an audio engineer running a small commercial studio. The studio attracted the attention of a number of independent record labels and before long he was performing on, engineering, and producing many of their releases. In 1998 Kenny would make the transition from studio engineer to a solo recording artist on the roster of various labels in Europe and the United States, writing and producing under a variety of pseudonyms. This would eventually lead into the world of television and film.

Kenny's tv, film and new media credits are extensive. His music has appeared in a number of hit US TV dramas, including Six Feet Under, Numb3rs, CSI, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, Nikita, Ringer and more. He has scored various documentaries for the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4, worked on ads from Audi to American Airlines, and created soundtracks for a number of video games. Much of his time at the moment involves writing for film trailers, with previous credits that include the likes of Aeon Flux, Déjà Vu, Dead Man Down, Gangster Squad, Polisse, Spike Lee?s Undisputed Truth, and Fifty Shades Freed.

His other work involves both artist production and collaboration. Kenny has been lucky enough to work with a variety of talented artists including Sophie Barker (Zero 7), Andy Bell (Oasis / Ride), Ricky Ross (Deacon Blue), Rob Birch (Stereo MCs), Neil Ormandy (James Arthur), Concetta Kirschner (Princess Superstar) and more. In his free time he still writes and produces new material under a number of pseudonyms. These include Cinephile, Moue, Transit, Mothmatix, Koba, Kid Grenade, and Spylab.

Outwith the confines of the studio, Kenny regularly performs live as both a solo artist and occasional collaborator. From the cramped basement room of Henry's Cellar Bar in Edinburgh or the bricked vaults of The Arches in Glasgow, to the whitewashed industrial expanse of HOLO in Brooklyn and the neon glamour of Black Rabbit Rose in Hollywood, his sound has traveled the world stage by stage, and ear by ear.