Jessica Dannheisser is a British composer based in London.

Jessica’s debut album, Orchestral Portraits | Seven Pioneering Women was recorded at Abbey Road Studios & released in March 2020 in celebration of International Women’s Day. She has collaborated on several David Attenborough projects, composing the score for Sky VR’s groundbreaking virtual reality experience Hold The World and recently orchestrating the score to his latest BBC series, A Perfect Planet. Jessica scored the critically acclaimed BAFTA-winning BBC One feature drama-doc Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley and this year rejoined the team scoring a landmark new documentary about the Blitz which will premiere on BBC One in 2021. Jessica recently collaborated with David Walliams’ production company King Bert on magical adventure After Ever After: Jack & The Beanstalk having also scored their 2018 comedy drama The Queen And I. Jessica’s work in theatre includes the 2019 large-scale theatrical production The Incredible Tale of Robot Boy, a show about the ethics of artificial intelligence, scientific testing, and parenthood.

Jessica has collaborated with many artists to bring film scores and albums to life, including The Haxan Cloak (Ivor-winning score for Midsommar), Mica Levi (mutli award-winning score for Jackie), Ilan Eshkeri, The Cinematic Orchestra, and Kasabian (Velociraptor! 48:13, London Boulevard).