Haddon S. Kime
The presence of music is a primary thread running through Haddon's life. His musical abilities came naturally to him at a very early age, composing his first set of songs and melodies before he was six years old. By the time he was in high school, he had performed in musical groups with styles ranging from latin jazz to heavy metal, composed music and lyrics for an original adaptation of A Christmas Carol as well as musical underscores for theatrical productions of The Insanity of Mary Gerard, A Tale of Two Cities and The Importance of Being Earnest. Upon graduation he had enough original songs of his own to produce his first album, the self titled Haddon S. Kime, (1995). The following year, he won a scholarship to study at Boston's Berklee College of Music, where he chose to continue his love of uniting music and drama by majoring in Film Scoring. Haddon graduated in the class of 2000. Today, Haddon is very active in the Boston film and theater communities, both as a composer and a sound designer.He also continues to write original songs and can now and then be seen performing them in the Boston area.