Francisco Mazza is a London-based Sound Artist, Sound Designer and Composer active in various projects. His focus lies at the intersection of modern composition, installation, sound for films and radio art to explore aspects of our listening and the environment around us. With a background in music composition for films and a keen interest in technology and art, he creates interdisciplinary sound works. Francisco Mazza completed a Master in Sound Arts at London College of Communication in 2016 and since that time often collaborates with communities and other artists investigating ways in which processes of composition influence both our individual and collective experiences.

He has been exhibited and contributed to a wide range of arts events, live performances and installation including Tate Modern, Dilston Grove Gallery, Nunnery Gallery, University of the Arts London, Resonance Fm, 46th Brazilian Film Festival of Brasilia, Latin America Memorial, Red Bull Studios Artistic Residency and Mis (Museum of Image and Sound) and also involved in projects led by Marina Abramovic, Salome Voegelin, David Toop, Tania Bruguera, Livio Tragtenberg, and other. Invited to sit on The Ivors Composer Awards (formally British Composer Awards) judging panel for the 2019 Sound Art category.

As a sound designer and composer he has been working collaboratively with the film industry, brands, radio broadcasting and other creative sectors to produce  sound projects from recording to post-production. Relevant names of the creative industry include: Resonance FM, BFI, BBC, Serpentine Galleries, Tate Modern, University of the Arts London, Stella McCartney, Digital Maker Collective as well as independent directors and small creative companies.