David Fish

Metropolis Creative

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Halifax Pop Explosion Music Conference
Oct 19-21
Halifax Central Library

From touring in bands for most of his teens and moving to study composition and scoring in London. A passion for artists led to a stint in artist management, working with artists signed to Black Butter, Armada and Universal Publishing.

Progressing into the Label team at Metropolis Studios in west London, working on projects for Public Enemy, Roni Size and the day to day running of the Metropolis soundtrack label.

A past in composition led to a move to publishing. Taking up a post to manage day to day ops for the newly created Metropolis Music Publishing. In 3 short years helping to establish the company as a fierce indie powerhouse. With the team winning Music Week’s Sync of the year 2016, David aligned his publishing work with Supervision projects for Film and TV. Film Supervision credits on “Mum’s List”, “Bad Education: The Movie”, “The Boy Downstairs" and the Martin Scorsese exec produced “Tomorrow”. Also, currently working on a BBC TV series.

David is also a co-founder and organiser of the London Sync Sessions. Europe’s premier sync conference.