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.
Crit Harmon is a songwriter and music producer, writing music for film and television, producing CDs for recording artists, and consulting nationally on a variety of music related topics, including production, songwriting, and publishing.
His songs have appeared in many films and TV shows, including "Finding Amanda," "Grumpy Old Men," "ER," "Melrose Place," and "The Division." Harmon has also been a regular contributor of songs for the popular FX series "Rescue Me." He has co-written many songs with established and up-and-coming recording artists. His co-write with Americana artist Mary Gauthier, "I Drink," has been recorded by artists worldwide and was featured on country artist Blake Shelton's Platinum selling CD Barn & Grill.
Harmon is also a sought after producer of singer songwriters. He is well known for his insightful and dead-on-target lyric writing abilities, modern organic production style, and his large talented pool of singers and musicians. His credits include Martin Sexton, Susan Werner, Lori McKenna, Mary Gauthier, and Meg Hutchinson. In 2007 he was named "Best Producer" at the Boston Music Awards.
Harmon began his career in the music business as an audio designer, jingle writer, and creative lead at a large commercial recording studio. He also contributed music and marketing skills to the company's internationally known music library. He currently works from his home studio and others in the Boston, MA area.
"Songwriting for Film & TV has been way more in-depth than anticipated. I expected some tips and tricks and that was just about it. What I got was a wealth of information and hopefully collaborations that will last well beyond the class!" - R. Van Horn
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