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About Pipedreams Media (publisher of The Mozart Project)

Pipedreams Media, founded in 2013 by James Fairclough and Harry Farnham, is an independent interactive book publisher. The company is backed by celebrated film composer George Fenton.


Executive Bios

James Fairclough – Co-Founder & Managing Director

James Fairclough co-founded Pipedreams Media with business partner Harry Farnham and lead investor – celebrated contemporary composer George Fenton – in 2013.

As Managing Director James leads the production of the company’s products: project managing book production, bringing in authors & contributors, overseeing the design and build of the products and editing & curating content.

Prior to Pipedreams, James was a developer at Simon Cowell’s SycoTV, researching and developing app ideas, solo filming and directing promotional films. During his eight months at the company he was became one of the key writers on the prime time show Red or Black.

Continually fascinated by interested in the intersection between technology, art and storytelling, James’ interests include politics, Russia & China, Mozart, Bob Dylan, folk music and walking the Yorkshire Moors (when not at home in South London). He also holds a degree in History of Art degree from University of Manchester.

Harry Farnham – Head of Production

Harry Farnham co-founded Pipedreams Media with business partner James Fairclough in 2013. As Head of Production, Harry brings together the content for the company’s books: layout and design, editing, interviewing and filming.

A skilled documentary maker, Farnham started to develop the idea for Pipedreams Media with Fairclough while the pair were both studying in Manchester. With a passion for filmmaking, music, technology and digital design both saw the opportunity to bring documentary making, storytelling and technology together in interactive books.

Prior to co-founding Pipedreams Farnham had been developing a burgeoning reputation in documentary making; having completed an MA in Television Documentary he was nominated for ‘Best of the North: Documentary’ at the 2009 Exposure Film Festival, which led to stints on a number of BBC documentaries whilst at indie production houses Keo Films and Wall to Wall. Outside film his passions include Southampton FC, satire, and Electronic music.