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November - December 2006

Ladd is head orchestrator on the movie THE NUMBER 23 composed by Harry Gregson-Williams.

Harry's next two films in 2007 are JOLENE and SHREK THE THIRD, which Ladd will also be a part of.

October 2006

Ladd has just completed the orchestration for the movie DEJA VU.  Next to Ladd is Jasper, (Stephen's friend from England) Stephen Barton, and Malcom Luker (recording engineer).

Thanks to Dan Goldwasser for the use of his camera for this shot!  See his article on DEJA VU at Soundtrack.net.

July-August 2006

Ladd will be the head orchestrator for the movie FLUSHED AWAY, a Dreamworks animated feature, which will be released November 3, 2006.  Harry Gregson-Williams is the composer for this film.

Ladd will also be working on Harry's two upcoming films, THE NUMBER 23 and DEJA VU.


 June 30, 2006

Harry Gregson-Williams and Hans Zimmer doing an interview at the Soncinemad Film Music Festival in Madrid, Spain.



Harry, Ladd and Stephen enjoying the local refreshments in Madrid.


Harry and Hans after the concert in Madrid.

For more pictures from the Madrid portion of our trip to Spain, click here.

January-March 2006

Ladd is currently orchestrating music for Harry Gregson-Williams for the upcoming film music festival in Madrid, Spain.  The concert will include music from Chicken Run, Antz, Spy Game, Kingdom of Heaven, Sinbad, Shrek and Shrek 2, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

For information on the SoncineMad concert, please visit their website.

October 2005

Ladd has been orchestrating music for The Chronicles of Narnia; The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.  Pictured at the console (l-r) is Ladd, Harry Gregson-Williams (composer), and Joel Iwataki (sound engineer), standing behind is Andrew Adamson (director).


Harry Gregson-Williams and Andrew Adamson at the recording session for The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.


Ladd and Stephen Barton following the score at the LWW recording sessions.

To see more information and pictures about the movie, please visit SoundtrackNet for an article by Dan Goldwasser.