Tim Harrison is a maker, sound designer and composer based in Bilbao & London.

After studying Artificial Intelligence at the University of Leeds, he began his career in 2005, founding narrative audio company Aumeta. He cut his teeth on shortform before designing his first feature film, Sus (2009), collaborating with Tate Modern and Ai Weiwei on Sunflower Seeds (2010) and working with Damon Albarn on The Boy in the Oak (2012).

In 2010 he launched production company Studio Murmur with Ian Pons Jewell, creating a series of award-winning music videos. Alongside promos for DJ Shadow and Crystal Fighters, he produced viral hit La La La by Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith, which won Best Video at the 2013 MOBO Awards and has received over 1.3 billion views on YouTube. He also co-directed and coded an innovative interactive video for Vessels' album Helioscope (2013) and directed I Woke Up Before I Went To Sleep (2016), both of which screendusi at international film festivals.

Recent years have seen him work on Black Mirror (2018), Censor (2021), Flux Gourmet (2022), which won Best Sound at the BIFAs, and ’99 (2024).

From 2008 to 2022 he was an Associate Lecturer at UAL, culminating in Sound Design for Film (2021), which has become one of the top 3 selling film sound books on the market. And his music project recur it set to release its debut album in 2025, featuring arrangements by Richard Jones (Pulp, Anna Meredith, Pet Shop Boys), performances by the Ligeti Quartet & Jack Wyllie (Portico Quartet, Szun Waves) and mixing by Richard Formby (Spaceman 3, Wild Beasts).

His recent focus has been on VR & game development, with Maya: Birth of A Superhero (2024) competing in the immersive strands of Tribeca, SXSW & Cannes, while his role as president of professional association kultura lotuz sees him promoting international co-production within the Basque Country.