Jonny Fitch | Music Producer
Music has always been a huge part of my life. My parents tell a story where I would sing the 'Hallelujah' chorus on the back of my Dad's bike at the top of my lungs until I would suddenly stop because I had fallen asleep.
From a young age, my mum and grandparents brought me to piano lessons. Later, this led me to become classically trained as a flautist, playing throughout both primary and secondary school. Further, I was a keen member of the school choirs during this time.
Aged 12, I won a youth club talent show singing Cee Lo Green's 'Forget You', encouraging me to begin performing. I took the decision to teach myself guitar at 14, now writing and co-writing songs using these skills. My interest in music and composition brought me through GCSE and A-Level Music.
I purchased a loop pedal at 17, making covers of Ed Sheeran songs, introducing me into the world of recording. For this reason, I enrolled in BSc Music Technology & Sonic Arts at Queen's University Belfast, where I graduated in 2019 with 1st Class Hons.
After producing, mixing and mastering a number of tracks for local and global artists, I now have taken the next step into setting up a Production Studio where all the work from this website is completed.