Iain Cooke, Music Supervisor (from London)
Music Supervisor Iain Cooke’s credits include 2012 BAFTA winning drama The Fades, dark thriller Good Cop, Waterloo Road and period drama Call the Midwife. Iain also supervised Sky Atlantic’s first original British drama Hit & Miss starring Chloe Sevigny as a pre-op transexual hit man for which he won both the UK & International 2013 Music&Sound awards for best use of existing music in a TV programme. He has also worked on feature films Spike Island revolving around the Stone Roses’ epochal gig of 1990, Syrup based on the cult novel by Max Barry starring Amber Heard and Hello Carter for Revolution Films. Iain is currently supervising feature films Desert Dancer staring Freida Pinto, Second Coming with Idris Elba and Julien Temple’s new feature documentary Children of the Revolution about Rio de Janeiro as well as the new series of Misfits (E4) and Call the Midwife (BBC1). He is a renowned supporter of new music.