George Fenton, brought into the world 1949, is an English author well recognised for his work composing film scores and music for TV, for example, for the BBC arrangement The Blue Planet and
Planet Earth. George Fenton was conceived in 1949 in Bromley, Kent, one of five kin. His dad was a mechanical architect, and his mom had been an artist and move instructor before turning into an attendant during the war.
The two his folks were melodic – his mom played the piano and his dad the drums – yet weren't proficient artists. Nonetheless, his incredible granddad on his dad's side was a conductor, and as a kid had been a chorister and had even sung at the burial service of the primary Duke of Wellington.
Fenton's association with St Edward's proceeded as a grown-up and he has been a legislative leader of the school since 1998. Fenton at first filled in as an entertainer, changing his name as there was at that point a George Howe, and getting an early break in 1968 with a section in Alan Bennett's first West End play Forty Years On. He had some accomplishment as an on-screen character in the mid 1970s showing up in the movie Private Road, in Alan Bennett's first TV play A Day Out coordinated by
Stephen Frears, and in the cleanser drama Emmerdale Farm.
In 1969, Fenton attempted his hand as a chronicle craftsman with a front of The Beatles melody 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer' and recorded piano for the society bunch The Peelers on their Polydor LP 'Exiled Misfortune.' In 1973 he fiddled with band the board getting the people musical gang Hunter Muskett an account contract with Bradley's Records. While filling in as an on-screen character Fenton was as often as possible asked by executives to play an instrument and he chose a lifelong change to creating music.
Fenton has made for a number out of outstanding untamed life TV programs, regularly working together with the untamed life telecaster David Attenborough and nature narrative producer Alastair Fothergill. He began the BBC's long-running arrangement Wildlife on One and Natural World, and proceeded with specials, for example, Polar Bear. He has discussed the amount he prefers forming for natural life programs. In 2012 he said with reference to The Blue Planet.