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Trevor Sewell

Senior Lecturer, Admissions and Year Tutor

Bsc (Hons) Broadcast and Multimedia
  M.A . Media Production (Television and Video )
Post Graduate Certificate of Academic Practice


Trevor is a multi-award winning musician, composer, engineer and record producer. He has worked in most of the major London Studios including the legendary Abbey Road with a diverse range of artists and world renowned record producers such as Peter Collins (Rush, Gary Moore) and Stuart Epps (Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Bill Wyman) and provided music and sound design for some of the worlds largest exhibition stands for high profile clients such as Sony [Earls Court], Digital Computers [Cannes] and N.Telecom [Canada]. He has also worked with a variety of record labels such as E.M.I , Safari, Neat and New Millenium, and has composed numerous pieces for TV including many successful Advertising campaigns, music for Documentary and record release.

Joined Northumbria in 2000 and continues to record, write , produce and perform on a regular basis.

Breaking News - Where the Wild Ones Win... In Hollywood - We are proud to announce that Trevor Sewell, Senior Lecturer in Interactive Media Design has been awarded with the Best Blues Song at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards for his song 'Where the Wild Ones Go'

As a result of Trevor's work to date, where he has won 6 nominations and was declared winner of the Best Blues Award in 2011, he has been invited to join the Voting Academy at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. This prestigious status is reserved for industry professionals that wish to contribute to the voting process for the Visual categories, which are comprised of pop culture feature films, TV shows and video games. Voting Academy Membership is for qualified applicants.

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