His debut as a composer of film music came in 1996 with the production of the theme music for the television series "Sperling"; the pilot was awarded the Adolf Grimme Prize. Since then, he has composed for numerous cinema and television films and for several television series including the extremely successful "Berlin Berlin", which won the International Emmy Award in 2004. Andreas Bick also makes sound compositions and radio play soundtracks for various German radio broadcasters. Between 2000 and 2003, he worked on a triptych of sound art pieces on pattern-forming processes in nature.
In 2000, "dripping" was awarded WDR’s Prix Ars Acustica, and in 2002, "windscapes" won the Karl Sczuka Förderpreis. He has composed and produced several other sound art compositions for the Studio Akustische Kunst of WDR and Deutschlandradio Kultur, lately he finished the works "fire and frost pattern" that were awarded the first radio and sound art prize at the Phonurgia Nova competition. "Frost pattern" received a mention at the 35th International Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Sonic Art at Bourges 2008 as well. His newest works "chronostasis" and "phonemenon" were broadcasted recently at WDR.
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