Harry is a London based Sound Designer and Composer working in Theatre, Film and Media. Having originally trained as a drummer and orchestral percussionist Harry then went on to study Sound Design at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
He has designed sound and music for a number of productions. Including ‘God of Carnage’ at Bath Theatre Royal, ‘Richard III’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet’ for the temporary Rose Theatre in York and ‘Br’er Cotton’ for Theatre 503 in London. A more detailed selection of productions can be found on his CV.
Harry has a special interest in working with devising companies creating music and sound to accompany movement.
Harry has also worked as an Associate Sound Designer in Europe and the U.S.A.
Offie's 2020 Nomination - Stray Dogs (Park90)
Offie's 2020 Nomination - One Million Tiny Places about Britain (Jermyn Street Theatre)
Shortie of the Year 2019 - Turning Tides (London Surf Film Festival)
"Harry Johnson’s sound design is subtle but deeply effective."
Guardian (Br'er Cotton)
"Harry Johnson’s sound design conjures terrifying gunfire and absolute calm in an envelope of fluent story-telling."
FringeReview (Babette's Feast)