KK (composer, producer)

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KK (born Kevin Kerrigan, 1 December 1975) is a British composer, record producer and sound designer, best known for his work as a composer and music producer in the field of contemporary/pop music. His past work includes collaborations with Brian Eno, Björk, James, Dido, Natalie Imbruglia and Mediaeval Baebes.

Kevin has composed extensively for television channels such as the Discovery Channel, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, National Geographic Channel, Bravo, TLC and History Channel, and for commercial clients such as British Airways[1] and dnbBank.[2]

He collaborated with James Newton Howard on the soundtrack to Collateral (2004, Paramount Pictures), and has since composed soundtracks to other films such as The Thompsons (2012, Lionsgate) and "Holy Ghost People (2013).

With Sophie Barker (of Zero 7), KK forms half of the children's group The Rainbow Collections (Sony Music), whose popular releases have included Lullaby (2004),[3] Toybox (2010)[4] and Snowflake (2010).[5]

Other album releases as a recording artist include Empty World (2011),[6] The Magic Lantern (2009)[7] and Telescopes (2007).[8]

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