Audio Post Production
Saxophonist, Daisy Coole and guitarist, Tom Nettleship co-founded music and post-production sound company Two Twenty Two in 2014.
Their music has been featured in the New York Times and the United Nations General Assembly, performed live at the Royal Albert Hall, and has won a Royal Television Society East award for short documentary ‘Nial Adams’. Feature film scores in recent years include award-winning US drama Ask For Jane starring Sarah Steele (The Good Wife) and Alison Wright (The Americans), Rohingya documentary Shanti Khana, which was narrated by Ashley Judd, and Clay’s Redemption, the score for which was described as “an absolute formula for success” by top UK film critic, Mark Kermode.
In 2019 they branched out into composing for dance with two projects: Botis Seva: Air, a documentary/dance film starring the Olivier Award-winning choreographer in a rare solo outing, and Swing, Sister, Swing, a narrative swing dance show with a pre-recorded score featuring a 16-piece all-women big band. The Swing, Sister, Swing UK tour begins in 2022 and will include a live jazz quintet on stage.
In 2019, they added sound mixer and designer, Dom Lancaster to the Two Twenty Two roster. The trio often work as a full-service music and sound team on both features and short films, including BFI Network short, Home By 8.30 and upcoming UK/Finnish psychological thriller feature, Another Day to Live Through.
Daisy is a Board member for the Alliance for Women Film Composers and regularly hosts and speaks on panels for organisations including the AWFC, Adam & Eve/DDB and BUMA Music in Motion.