Jackson is a British composer, songwriter and producer born in Liverpool and based in London. He is an original musician
with a wonderful gift for melody and an extraordinary ability to understand and capture the very essence of a character or
Throughout his music projects Geoff collaborated with legendary record producer Tony
Visconti (David Bowie, T Rex) who, after co producing some of Geoff’s songs for a film project said: ‘"Geoff
Jackson’s songs for the British Comedy film City Slacker come from his irrepressible enthusiasm and Liverpool songwriting
pedigree. He has a knack for turning life's simplest experiences into heart-tugging pop arias.”
has recently finished composing music for a British film starring 90’s icon Luke Perry
(Beverly Hills 90210, Fifth Element), called The Beat Beneath My Feet. Filming was successfully
completed in October 2013 on location in London and the film is soon to be released in 2014.
music film projects include feature film An Actor’s Guide to Resting, released in early
2014 and British romantic comedy City Slacker, released in 2012.
Guide to Resting was written and directed by up and coming director Jonathan Wolf. Geoff composed the underscore and three
original songs. The film’s opening title song, ‘Sinking Like a Stone’ features Tony Visconti on bass.
City Slacker is a romantic comedy based in London and is starring Tom
Conti (Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Reuben, Reuben, Shirley Valentine). Geoff composed six original songs and music
for the film. The film is currently showing on Sky Movies plus several countries around the world. In April 2014 it featured
at the Sonoma International Film Festival in California. City Slacker was nominated for Best UK Feature Film at Raindance
Film Festival in London and at the British Independent Film Awards. It won the Best Feature Film at Crystal Palace Film Awards
in 2013. The music was Produced by Paul Cartledge and co-produced by Tony
Visconti. The film’s soundtrack was released in August 2013. One of the leading songs of the film, ‘Love
Keeps Growing’ was included in the debut album of Welsh singer Debbie Clark – Manhattanhenge
- produced by Tony Visconti and released through Warner Music.
Previous film projects include composing the title
theme, songs and underscore for comedy Geezer, written by Greg Cruttwell, with first episode
released online in 2012. In 2012 he also composed and produced the music for the short film The
New Room, starring Tony Selby and Fiona Gillies.
Apart from film projects and composing, Geoff is a talented musician guitarist who has played in various bands and has supported
some well-known artists. Currently he is writing, recording and producing songs for Alison Wheeler,
vocalist from the band The Beautiful South. Plans for an EP to be
released later in the year.