A SUCCESSFUL songwriter and producer has open a state-of-the-art new studio with the aim of being a one stop shop for budding musical talent.

Glaswegian Jamie Sellers, 31, moved to Braintree from London two years ago with his wife and three young children.

After finding top 40 chart success with artists such as Alesha Dixon, The Wanted and Sam Callahan, Jamie opened his Run Wild Music studio at the Lynderswood Business Park and Farm, Great Notley, and has big plans for the business' future.

Jamie said: "I had aspirations to expand on what I have been doing for the last seven or eight years and set up in a more purpose built professional environment and form a company around what I am doing.

"I wanted to form a brand and identity to go along with the expansion which is where Run Wild Music came from.

"It is a place where young singer songwriters who may not have too much experience in writing can come here and we will put them in with one of our producers. We can develop their talent."

Jamie also works as a lecturer for the Academy of Contemporary Music in London and Run Wild Music will run workshops from the Great Notley studio and offer musicians industry insight and advice on things like social media and building a fanbase.

He said: "I think a lot of young artists that have aspirations of creating music, especially the kind of stuff you hear on the radio, are put off going to recording studios because they are not confident enough.

"We want this to be a place where regardless of whether you have written a song before or not as long as you have a voice or a talent you can make your own music.

"You could come in with nothing and we will sit down with you and help you craft it from the ground up."

For more information contact Jamie via www.runwildmusic.co.uk.