Sarah Lynch is an award winning Irish film composer who has scored soundtracks across a wide range of genres including Film, TV, and Games.
Her latest projects include UK feature film ‘’Don’t Leave Me’, directed by Hadi Hajaig (starring Con O Neill and Ricky Grover); ‘The 8th’, the ‘Toronto HotDocs’ selected feature documentary, which condenses decades of political history to explain Ireland’s 1983 anti-abortion amendment and the movement to repeal it, and ‘The Seeker’; the Tribeca selected US documentary directed by Lance Edmands.
Sarah also collaborates with composer Stephen Rennicks (Room, Frank), most recently working on the BBC3/HULU series ‘Normal People.’
An experienced games composer, she works for Warducks VR and AR studio and has provided the soundtrack for over six best selling titles across mobile, desktop and console platforms.
As a violinist, Sarah has performed live/recorded with an impressive range of artists including Hozier, (performing tracks on his Billboard No. 1 album, ‘Wasteland Baby’), Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Glen Hansard, Paul Brady, Shane McGowan, Mundy, Mumford and Sons and Ed Sheeran.
In July 2019, Sarah was chosen as 1 of 12 composers worldwide to participate in the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop ,which culminates in a 65-piece orchestral recording session at Fox Studios.
Awards: Sarah is the 2019 recipient of the ‘Michelle and Dean Kay Award’, which was presented to her in December at the Lincoln Centre in New York, by the ASCAP Foundation.
In August 2019, Sarah was nominated for the Peer Rabin Music Award at the prestigious Soundtrack Cologne Festival, and in October 2019, she was nominated for a Jerry Goldmsith Award for her composition, ‘Transient Thoughts.’
Sarah is a board member of the newly established Screen Composers Guild of Ireland