Thanks for stopping by. My name is Jaime Bermúdez, and I'm a music enthusiast, as well as a Composer and Sound Designer.
I have always been amazed at the combined power of image and music together, more even so if the audience is involved in an active, immersive interaction with the product. I have been a great fan of cinema and videogames for longer that I can remember.
You can find my most recent work in titles like Hotel Transylvania, Paw Patrol, the Summer in Mara saga and the award-winning Ánima Mínima by El Dedo en el Ojo. I’ve also had the opportunity to work in 11 video games, a feature film and a dozen short films, and to write for the theatre in Bernat Muñoz’s "Neu".
Let's go back a bit:
My passion about music began developing at the age of 12, when I started taking music language and piano lessons at my hometown. As I grew older I also got interested in audio and by age 17 I was writing and producing instrumental pieces for myself that to me sounded a lot like the movies.
Eventually I got the chance to create my first soundtracks for short films and little games. I studied Audio Production at SAE Institute and a new batch of works for film and games followed: music, sound design, live audio, you name it.
In 2015 I took the leap of faith of starting my own video game company, Campfire Games. That amazing journey ended and for a good few years now I’ve been freelancing. On the side I'm a lecturer at the University of Barcelona. Oh! I also write reviews and articles for Press-Music.com.