London, 1851. Based on a true story. Dying of cancer and facing down early Victorian sexism, brilliant mathematician Ada Byron Lovelace makes one last desperate gamble to raise the funds needed to complete her life’s goal, to build the world’s first computer.
Composer’s Biography – Sean William
Sean is quickly rising in the Vancouver film industry as a valued collaborator and composer. Sean has scored dozens of film projects; many of which have screened across North America and received numerous awards and distinctions.
Most notably his score for Small Fish, a dialogue-free short film received the 2019 Leo Award for Best Musical Score in a Short Drama. The score heavily features music written for guitar including finger-style acoustic, classical, flamenco and electric guitar arrangements. Sean has also been recognized by the musical community and was a nominee for Visual Media Composer of the Year at the 2018 Breakout West Music Festival.
His background in classical guitar performance combined with a natural savvy for modern music genres including pop, rock and electronic results in a unique and diverse musical style that allows him to compose on a wide variety of projects. He is a passionate collaborator and his knowledge of film and television production makes him a valuable member of any production team.