Daryl Bennett is based in Vancouver British Columbia and has been composing award winning scores for film and television for over 30 years. Credits include The Murders starring Jessica Lucas for City TV, The Connected Universe (narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart), IRL the Series, Lost Solace, The Bleeding Edge, The Exhibition (Emmy Award winner, Canadian Screen Award Winner) Nash- The Documentary, The Vetala, Kids In Jail, Voyage of the Unicorn (Hallmark), Outer Limits, Higher Ground, Engaged To Kill, Ronnie and Julie (Hallmark), Little Brother of War, Once In A Blue Moon, Decoys, Beggars and Choosers, The Entrance, and First Wave, among many others. He has won four Leo awards and been nominated for a Gemini, a Canadian Screen Award, a Genie, and two Grammys.
Bennett’s career includes experience as a film composer, film editor, and sound designer. He has worked on numerous feature films, television productions, documentaries, web productions, commercials, and corporate videos.
As a drummer, cellist, and recording artist, Bennett’s success has enabled him to work with a wide range of artists and producers such as Ray Charles, David Foster, Andrae Crouch, Celine Dion, Kenny Rogers, Kenny G, Kenny Loggins, Franke Previte (Dirty Dancing), Powder Blues, and many more. He has also enjoyed numerous collaborations as a music producer and songwriter earning a Grammy nomination for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album with Andrae Crouch.
In the span of his career, he has produced hundreds of hours of broadcast audio mixes and sound tracks.