Tim Stanzel, born in 1982 in Würzburg (Germany), began working as an independent composer for movie and TV productions in 2008. Since then, he has composed and produced music scores for more than 150 movies, series and documentaries. He contributs to the TV series “Die Bergretter” and composed for movies like “StadtLandLiebe” as well as numerous documentaries such as “Red Children” (Japan). He has also worked on image films for several global brands.
Tim began showing a strong affinity to music as a child, from a very early age. He taught himself how to play the guitar and drums, later adding keyboards and piano to his repertoire. In his youth, Tim played in several bands and gathered a broad hands-on experience in songwriting, also deepening his understanding about how to communicate music. The endless possibilities of digital music production had a lasting effect on him and he has both used and refined these abilities in several musical projects.
In the late 2000s, Tim began establishing a solid foundation for his musical career. He studied under the guidance of renowned Prof. Chamilo Bianchi at the DUOC institute, and later assisted and worked with Eike Hosenfeld in Berlin. Besides his musical career, Tim has a diploma in media management. He lives in Berlin and works with musical productions worldwide.