Daniel Heath

Daniel has been a classical and Jazz pianist most of his life.  Having earned 2 degrees in film scoring and composition he went on to work for Hans Zimmer after graduation.  Whilst working for Hans, Daniel was part of the music team for Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Da Vinci Code, and the Holiday.

Daniel has had his music recorded by the London Studio orchestra, as well as the Budapest Symphony.  Daniel co-wrote the hit single “Blue Jeans”, with Lana Del Rey and arranged most of the very successful album “Born To Die.”  As well as that he has been very involved in the following release of Lana’s “The Paradise Edition.” This time he arranged most of the album again, co-wrote the song “Bel Air” and produced 3 other tracks on the album.  He also scored the short film named “Tropico,” which was Lana’s first film to promote the Paradise edition.

Currently Daniel is working in Los Angeles.