Embemusic is led by Composer, Songwriter, Producer and Musician, Michael Hewitt-Brown.


Mike is a vastly experienced performer, composer, arranger and conductor, who creates quality, inspiring, original music for multiple formats.


Also a session musician as a trumpeter and pianist, Mike has worked with several artists including Paloma Faith, Pixie Lott, Martynas Levickis, New Zealand-based singer Geoff Sewell, and Primal Scream drummer Darrin Mooney.  Mike also contributed to the ITV World Cup Theme in 2014, and comedian Omid Djalili's England Anthem, 'England's Going Out (To Do It Again),' causing renowned composer Howard Goodall to comment that Mike's playing was 'better than Arturo Sandoval himself!'


Mike has also composed directly for CBeebies show 'Hey Dugee,' and for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, as well composing for sitcoms 'Clittaford,' and 'Yoof.'  Mike's music has been used in BBC shows 'Countryfile,' 'Marrying Mum and Dad,' and 'X Ray,' Channel 5 shows 'GPS: Behind Closed Doors,' and  documentary 'The Queen: In Her Own Words,' ITV's 'Daily Mirror: Pride of Britain Awards,' as well as on TV in Denmark, Japan, Switzerland, Ireland, France, Norway, Spain, Australia and Germany.  In the U.S., Mike's music has regular placements for 'W.W.E. Kick Off,' 'Nascar Race Hub' and 'The Late Late Show with James Corden.'  He is also a regular contributor of music for radio advertising, including 'Explore: Adventure Holidays,' and 'Fosters for Fife.'  2020 has also seen Mike compose the theme for the Podcast 'Filmumentaries,' and the theme tune for the COVID-19 informative series 'Ask Dr. Ben.'  Mike contributed to the promotional material for the Rio Olympics, and he is a regular contributor to several  Production Libraries including Alibi Music, No Sheet Music, AKA Music and Soho Production Music. Mike performs regularly as a live musician in the UK and across Europe. Mike is a regular collaborator with Fat Lady Music (www.fatladymusic.co.uk), Make a Scene (www.makeascenemusic.co.uk) and The Music and Media Partnership (www.musicandmediauk.com).