Clark H. Brown is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and sound engineer based in London whose versatility as an individual leaves him perched on the cutting edge of contemporary music. 


Under the influence of his father's mass vinyl collection, he started his journey as a guitarist in the English village of Leigh-on-Sea at the age of 6 - by the tender age of 10, he was performing the Beatles songbook within a guitar duo at weddings. As he pursued the guitar professionally throughout his latter teenage years, Clark grasped at every opportunity he could as a session guitarist, eventually gaining support and funding from EMI Music and in 2013, was a touring member of the band ‘Nothing But Thieves’.


Working from his studio — blessed with a diverse collection of instruments, an audio armoury and an expansive genre spectrum — Clark’s compositional identity strives to be authentic. In 2016 he graduated from the London College of Music, and was awarded the Patricia Evans Music Award as the most outstanding composer in recognition of his quirky jazz suite ‘Island Mind’.


Clark’s resumé boasts a variety of work as a composer, guitarist and sound engineer: he has been lucky enough to work with the likes of Channel 5, British Library, National Theatre, Radio Academy, PRS and more.

He looks forward to meeting you one day.