Jessica Dannheisser is a British composer and arranger known for her work in film, television, theatre, contemporary music & VR games, including creating the score for flagship BBCOne programme Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley, Sky VR’s groundbreaking virtual reality experience Hold The World featuring Sir David Attenborough, Emmy award-winning documentary WWII From Space (History Channel), and BBC comedy drama Eric Ernie & Me. Other scores include BBC One’s three part historical drama documentary Six Wives, romantic comedy feature Daddy Issues, and the comedy series Siblings (BBC Three).
As an arranger Jessica has worked with many artists including Bryan Ferry for his 2017 Hollywood Bowl concert with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Kasabian on two hit albums, 48:13and Velociraptor!, Ilan Eshkeri for his Sadler’s Wells ballet score Narcissus and Echo, and The Cinematic Orchestra for concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall and Roundhouse. She has also orchestrated numerous film scores including the Oscar-nominated score for Jackie by Mica Levi, and Fernando Velázquez’ score for The Impossible.
We’ve worked with Jessica over a number of years, from designing and producing her website in 2012, to developing social media strategy and PR campaign to highlight Jessica’s work. We recently worked with Jessica to redesign and reimagine her website to create a site that reflects and showcases her creative work.