Jean-Loup Pinson is a French-British composer based in London, UK. His work spans a wide range of genres that include films, documentaries, television, theatre, dance shows, commercials and video games.
His latest credits include the Ophir-award nominee feature film “The Art of Waiting”, the Berlinale special selection documentary “Speer Goes to Hollywood” and the critically acclaimed contemporary dance show “Comrades in the Dark”.
As part of award-winning composer Frank Ilfman’s music team, he has also worked on major studio film scores such as “Gunpowder Milkshake” starring Karen Gillan, “Ghost Stories” starring Martin Freeman or “The Operative” starring Diane Kruger.
Jean-Loup Pinson holds a Bachelor of Music with first class honours from the London College of Creative Media and is a member of the BFI Network x BAFTA Crew 2021-2022.