Brad Hatfield is an Emmy Award-winning composer and one of Boston's most prolific and popular musicians. He was nominated and won an Emmy in 2006 and received a Primetime Emmy nomination in 2010. His musical compositions have been heard on movies such as Borat, Analyze This, The Break Up, and Iron Man 2, as well as the TV series The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, ER, CSI, Saturday Night Live, Friends, The Young and The Restless, and dozens more. Hatfield is currently the co-composer for the FX Television series Rescue Me, starring Denis Leary. You can also hear him playing solo piano for the opening scene and end credits of Clint Eastwood's film, Mystic River.
Hatfield currently teaches Music Supervision, Songwriting, and Music Industry courses at Northeastern University and Songwriting at Berklee College of Music.
"This was an amazing class, and I'm so grateful to Brad Hatfield and Berkleemusic for teaching and providing us with lasting knowledge and invaluable information. Out of the ten Berkleemusic courses I've taken so far, this has definitely been one of the most challenging and rewarding!"
- Meredith M.
"Working with Brad has been outstanding. Music Supervision took my education in Music Licensing and pumped in the steroids! I learned an incredible amount from the lectures, chats, and invigorating assignments. I also really appreciated the intimate peek into the real life jobs of Music Supervisors through the video interviews."
- Ani J.
"I just want to say that this class was an eye-opener. I didn't think I would end up being this interested in Music Supervision, but now that I've completed the course, I see how valuable all this information really is."
- Michael A.
"I completed Music Supervision on Sunday, and I got my first official music supervision credit three days later for a show on the SyFy network called "School Spirits." How about that for a success story! Thank you so much for preparing me for this!"
- M. Abramson