Danny Hahn is an award winning film composer with a unique style which challenges the perception of audiovisual language. Fusing sound design techniques, expressionistic styles and classical composition methods, Danny strives to cultivate the timbre of the film soundtrack. He has been invited to lecture at film universities, and he is also the author of the visionary essay Quiet Cinema. Danny trained as a classical violinist in the 1990’s at the Guildhall School of Music and completed his film degree in 2005. In 2012 he became a Berlinale Talent. He spent his youth in the Alpine valleys of Switzerland where his father grew up, and the mountainous hinterland of Ceredigion in Wales where his mother was born.