William Clemens is a versatile composer and record producer. He classically trained as a pianist and composer but converted to commercial music in 2003 after securing a top 40 single and album. Off the back of this success he worked with a number of signed and developing artists including Jess Glynn, Sugarbabes, Ian Brown, Skepta, Ghetts and Dappy. Next he opened a studio complex in North London which was used by Kim Wilde, ACDC, Lulu and Bandokay. From this studio he worked as a composer for BBC, Fisher Price, L’Oréal, Scalextric and Android whilst doing voice overs with Tony Blackburn, Amanda Holden, Ant & Dec and Ben Fogle. Recently he has opened Audiohaus, a high spec recording studio in Notting Hill, which has already welcomed Sermstyle (Pitbull, Zara Larson, Kendrick Lamar), The Pet Shop Boys and Noel Galagher.