Jessica Dannheisser




Jessica Dannheisser is a British composer known for her work in film, VR games, television, theatre and contemporary music.

Jessica most recently composed the music for Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley, the critically acclaimed feature-length BBC One drama documentary which marked 100 years of female suffrage. Other recent scores include Hold The World – a groundbreaking virtual reality experience commissioned by Sky VR featuring Sir David Attenborough in London’s Natural History Museum. Television scores include comedy drama Eric Ernie & Me (BBC Four), historical drama-documentary Six Wives (BBC One), and Urban Myths: Adolf Hitler, The Artist (Sky Arts). Feature scores include the Emmy award-winning WWII From Space (History Channel), Miracle Landing on the Hudson (National Geographic Channel) and Knuckle. Jessica also composed the music for the comedy series Siblings (BBC Three).



Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley

Jessica recently composed the score for a feature-length BBC One drama documentary about the Suffragettes, presented by Lucy Worsley. It charts the progression of the movement from its peaceful beginnings through to its radically violent end. It will air on BBC One on...

Jessica @ SXSW

Jessica was invited to speak on a panel at Austin's SXSW Festival about her work composing music for groundbreaking virtual reality experience Hold The World featuring Sir David Attenborough in London's Natural History Museum. The experience, commissioned by Sky VR...

Eric, Ernie and Me

Jessica has been commissioned to compose the score for this BBC Four comedy drama, starring Stephen Tompkinson, Mark Bonnar and Neil Maskell. The film celebrates Edie Braben, the man behind Morecambe and Wise’s greatest successes. Culminating in their iconic 1977...