The secret lair of Hans Zimmer, from where he inspires the world

Update! I got to spend a whole afternoon with Hans!

To get that full story, see “Hans Zimmer in His Studio.”

I Approach my Quarry!

Six days ago I was up at 3 AM, listening to Hans Zimmer while editing photos, and then I had an idea for a project with him, so I made a blog post. Now, less than a week later, I was in his studio in California!

For those of you that don’t know who Hans Zimmer is, he’s, like, the Liger of composers. He did the soundtrack for The Dark Knight, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lion King, Gladiator, Sherlock Holmes, and many more! In fact, back when I was in college and had a double major in Computer Science and Geophysics (I dropped the Geophysics bit after a fight with the professor), I commandeered the SGI machine in the Geology department to make a computer animation, and I set the whole thing to one of Zimmer’s songs from Backdraft called “Burn it All”. So, in short, I’ve had Hans Zimmer’s music in my head for about 20 years.

The Story of How I Got Into Hans Zimmer’s Studio

It’s because of you! We have millions of visits here on the blog every month, and you all know how thankful I am for your repeat patronage. It’s tough to get a pretty photo up every day, and I thank you for all your feedback! So, when I put out the call in my newsletter, I got a ton of responses. My math-guess was that I was one or two degrees away from Hans, especially since there are many creative-types that are regular visitors.

Also, many of you hyper-active types (like me!) talk to me, ask questions, and follow me on Twitter — thank you for being responsive to real-time requests and news.

About an hour after I sent out the newsletter at midnight, I got a response from a German gentleman (name private) who is friends with Hans! In fact, he told me he was going to see Hans the next day at his studio near Hollywood! He did a few things to help out, and, although I could not meet Hans today, I did get an amazing opportunity to take photos of his studio. I knew I could make his studio look the way it feels — I had a sublime confidence I could make it happen. Anyway, I was like a kid in a candy store. I got a ton of shots… I only had time to process four of them.

Hans Zimmer’s Studio

I don’t know if words do it justice, but I hope these photos do.

The studio is even bigger than I thought, and I was reminded of the Crimson Lounge in Chicago. In fact, I pulled up the image on my laptop there on the table to compare textures and light. I thought everything worked well together — the decadence and richness of the decorations integrated with the technology. I don’t know if there is a word for such a look… It’s something out of a Phillip Pullman novel, somewhere between Steampunk and Techno-boudoir. Again, words fail.

The first two photos I have placed on Flickr. You can click on them to go to Flickr and then zoom into the full-res size.  Amazing details — especially in the chair photo. I’ll post more in coming weeks, months, and years, as usual.  So, stay tuned… my ongoing quest continues!

Hans Zimmer's Studio I don't know if words do it justice, but I hope these photos do. The studio is even bigger than I thought, and I was reminded of the Crimson Lounge in Chicago.  In fact, I pulled up the image on my laptop there on the table to compare textures and light.  I thought everything worked well together -- the decadence and richness of the decorations integrated with the technology.   I don't know if there is a word for such a look... It's something out of a Phillip Pullman novel, somewhere between Steampunk and Techno-boudoir.  Again, words fail.The first two photos I have placed on Flickr.  You can click on them to go to Flickr and then zoom into the full-res size.  Amazing details -- especially in the chair photo. I'll post more in coming weeks, months, and years, as usual.  So, stay tuned... my ongoing quest continues!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

The Chair

Skulls

The Back Room

More photos from the studio…

I put these in a later blog post… and came back to post them here too.

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  • http://www.onibla.com Alex Garza

    WOW! That room is amazing! Great job! Trey, could you email me. Thanks!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/kurokoshiroko/ Orlando

    Amazing place and rendition. You can see the ‘madness of the man’ in the details ex. figure art drawing on the desk and skull candles…

  • http://www.michaelsharman.com Michael Sharman

    Great stuff, I’m a HUGE Hans fan so it’s good to see his inner sanctum :)

  • http://www.thrower.de/fotoblog Christof

    Awesome! Regarding the last picture, Trey: Is this all audio gear mounted into the wall? Or just some kind of decoration? If it IS audio equipment: Double-Awesomeness! :-)

  • http://onemansblog.com John Pozadzides

    Holy crap! That is AWESOME!!!

    I must build a room like that in my house…

    John P.

  • Lisa

    congrats. I hope he’ll see this and immediately say yes to your project proposal

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lisa-Chu/6301110 Lisa Chu

    congrats. I hope he’ll see this and immediately say yes to your project proposal

  • http://vanilla-man.com/ Dmitry Chebakov

    This is so unbelievably AMAZING!!! How lucky you are!

  • http://www.readyphotosite.com/ readyphotosite

    This is A.W.E.S.O.M.E. Congrats Trey, this is a wonderful experience for you, i’m jealous ;)

  • http://www.takkiwrites.com Birgit

    A TRULY AMAZING STORY ! Thanks for sharing

  • http://deysonortiz.com Deyson

    WOW, your adventures get even more amazing, thank you for bringing us along.

    Congratulations on your encounter with an artist you greatly admire, it must be a great feeling.

  • http://www.typicalshutterbug.com Victor Cajiao

    The story of how you got there is amazing on it’s own, but these pictures just blow me away. What a neat opportunity and it could not happen to a nicer guy.

  • http://pbvgfx.blogspot.com pbv

    insane!

  • Ali

    Good for you man! Those pictures look awesome. I’m glad you got what you wanted. Maybe when Hans sees these photos, he’ll want to meet up with you. Thanks for sharing!

  • http://travelcompanionblog.wordpress.com/ Brian Hoffsis

    Fantastic story Trey! Really says a ton about blogging and the world wide web. And what a great studio to shoot in. Congrats!!

  • http://www.jessicahughesphoto.com Jess Hughes

    Incredible shots, Trey! What a fantastic opportunity. It’s amazing what can be accomplished with the interweb and the kindness of strangers. :)

  • http://www.tkrphoto.com Terry Reinert

    That room is amazing! Its a band geeks dream! LOL

  • http://diamonds-photos.com David Latour

    I am going to download some Hans Zimmer this weekend on my ipod. Maybe it will inspire me a little more. I do have the Backdraft CD downloaded but will have to look at some of his other stuff.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks everyone – glad you are into this stuff too!

    Christof – yes – all that is REAL audio equipment along the walls…. I have no idea what any of it is! hehe

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Moshier/513775196 Gail Moshier

    Wow, Trey, what a privilege!!! Thanks for sharing photos of his inner sanctum. I don’t have any of his music, so I’m going to Amazon.com and buy a CD. Now I’m curious to here it!!!! I’m sure he’ll be happy to hear you have created at least one more fan, lol. :-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Moshier/513775196 Gail Moshier

    I just ordered the Pirates of the Carribean album with all the sound tracks of those movies!!!! Can’t wait to get it. Thanks, Trey, now I have a better idea of what his music is about and I have heart it, lol!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gail-Moshier/513775196 Gail Moshier

    oops, how about heard it, sorry for the typo!!!! Although heart it isn’t inappropriate ;-)

  • http://carllicari.blogspot.com Carl J Licari

    Great captures of an amazing studio. Looks more like a movie set.
    How do you say…social media opening doors!

  • http://wasatchreflections.com darrin

    What a fun place to work.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dave-Wilson/730559509 Dave Wilson

    This place looks like HDR heaven. Very nicely captured!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lou-Dallara/502871903 Lou Dallara

    Great shots, I would love to see Hans in some of the photos. Oh well maybe some day.

  • http://michaeltuuk.wordpress.com Michael Tuuk

    The details are amazing when viewed at original size on flickr…
    Cool studio too — I’d love to have that office setup.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Viola-Joyner/1042805570 Viola Joyner

    Your images are masterpieces that captured a home and studio that are masterpieces. Oh, the beauty of it all!

  • Suzi

    What a fabulous opportunity, Trey! Thank you for sharing it with us. The photos are truly mind-blowing. I hope your next visit to Zimmer’s studio includes the man himself.

  • http://carllicari.smugmug.com Carl J Licari

    …on further review, it looks like a room at the Hearst Castle.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/31553023@N06/ bsimak

    Fantastic shots Trey. Yes it does look like the Crimson Lounge. Those chairs have that same look in HDR. Cool story. You do get around. :)
    Bruce

  • http://www.danielglassphotography.blogspot.com Dan Glass

    Great Pics. Great post. Can anyone tell me how to access Trey’s playlist on iTunes? Can it be done? I figure why recreate the wheel if he has already done it and I’d like to download it. Thanks.

  • http://www.indianajim.net Indiana Jim

    I don’t care so much for Hans’ music… but I would love to live in his room! That’s a creativity-inducing environment right there!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthewsphotography Matthew

    WOW! That is a sweet pad. The last image cracks me up, all that expensive stuff and then….a plain Kleenex box just like everyone else has. lol

  • balois

    WOW! Awesome photos, great studio! Drooling.

  • http://www.places2explore.wordpress.com Talke Photography

    Trey, awesome! Hans rules!! Dont forget he worked wih Will.i.am on Madagascar 2…I like em big and chunky!! LOL Have fun!

  • http://EnticingTheLight.com Miserere

    Wow…that’s not at all like I imagined it would be…it’s even cooler! Jules Verne meets the 21st century.

    I’ve been a fan of Hans’s work for over 15 years, and by now I can usually listen to the first few bars of opening music in a movie and know it was his score. And I don’t hold it against him that he wrote the score for Top Gun; a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do to feed his family :-)

    So did you get to meet the great man????

  • PIETER

    and you haven’t even seen his machine room…

  • Jose

    Holy WOW. That is amazing. Thanks for sharing. I totally thought that was books in the cabinets. All studio equipment. This studio rocks and of course so do your photos. Look forward to checking out this secret project.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trevor-Driscoll/1282410018 Trevor Driscoll

    That is so cool! I have been a Hans fan for as long as I can remember! I’m very excited to see some more pictures. I can’t believe that visit was arranged and happened that fast thats pretty surreal. By the way you were definitely right your pictures were far better than that other one

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trevor-Driscoll/1282410018 Trevor Driscoll

    You should check this out http://www.wired.com/techbiz/people/magazine/16-10/ff_walker?currentPage=all Thats definitely got to be one of the most amazing libraries I’ve ever seen. I bet you could get some amazing shots in there

  • casusan

    Oh wow!! Love Hans studio!! Sooo cool!! Glad you got to live your dream Trey!

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  • http://www.giantsizemarvel.com Richard Guion

    Fantastic! I agree, Zimmer is one of my favorite composers. This is a treat for all of us to see his studio.

  • http://ronansrecordingshow.com Ronan Chris Murphy

    Wow. That is beautiful. Put an analog console in there and I would gladly mix in that room for the rest of my life. The photography is amazing as well. Really captures some magic in the space.

  • Ohmmade

    All that gear built-in to the walls is analog modular synthesizers. Roland Sys100 is the monolith, but there’s just oodles and oodles of the stuff everywhere.

    Unfortunately its used to create some not-so-awesomely-adventurous music.

  • David

    Amazing images, Trey! As a modular synth trainspotter, I’d really love it if you could post a full-res version of the ‘Back Room’ image.

  • Huston Singletary

    Dammit. Hans copied my home studio layout again! I love the Roland System 100 series in the wall and the giant Adam-Dynaudio speakers hidden in the other wall of fabric. Brilliant!!

    Far cry form the old Media Ventures. Those were the days ; )

  • Facebook User

    Jesus Christ that’s cool!! I know that had to be an awesome treat!! I hope Hans like them! (How could he not)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Wes-Browning/1366712874 Wes Browning

    Holy crap, Trey! Those images are insane!!! What a wonderful opportunity…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-Stebbins/1085986548 John Stebbins

    Outstanding shots Trey! I happy to hear you got in there! This an amazing room. To see the inner sanctum of one so talented gives you a clearer insight into his works! Congratulations on being able to go! Wish you could have met him though, hopefully soon. Can’t wait to see what this project is all about! :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Deniece-Bonner/1217674245 Deniece Bonner

    Great shots! I downloaded your playlist and maybe I’ll play as I look through the photos:)

  • doug

    Please allow me to introduce myself, I am a man of wealth and taste.

  • http://jackielamasphotography.com Jackie Lamas

    that’s freakin awesome! hans is like hands down the greatest composer for films! love his work. i think you did a GREAT job getting the “feel” of his studio.

  • blechy

    Schönes Zimmer !!! harhar…. If you understand German you’ll get the joke.

  • lucky henry

    Seeing that room gives a glimpse into the mind of the man. My first exposure to his music was the soundtrack to Beyond Rangoon. He’s now one of my favorite composers.

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  • mickael

    I love that picture , 70s style ! the picture and the work itself on it makes a beautiful result it’s similar to that site : http://www.photoserge.com but in a different atmosphere, really nice !

  • Facebook User

    I just knew someone would hook you up quickly!!! It’ll be no time at all till you meet the great man…..Great shots of his place…….Do you have the “luck of the irish”, or what??!!? :)

  • Cate

    I just read that entire entry as one long run on sentence. It reminded me of when a kid is so excited about something they forget to use punctuation :) I’m happy that you got to visit the studio – great visuals. Do you get to meet him anytime soon?

  • my.

    Very cool that you had this opportunity. Happy for you.

  • http://www.liors.net lior shapira

    Great shot, I want a workplace like that :-) Did you think about trying to do a 360 HDR panorama? Especially in a location like this with only artificial lighting, you can take your time, create a 360 sequence and then put it up in an interactive viewer on your website. I think it can look amazing.

  • mike armstrong

    My studio room is like the opposite of this in every way. Old, half-functioning systems and tape echos that shock me half the time. I prefer it to this velvet nightmare.

  • http://www.acidplanet.com/Cyurus_Razor Mike Katzberg

    I wonder what kind of computers he’s using… must be sick!

  • http://www.designfunction.co.uk designfunction

    Awesome – Can we starting making requests now, like trying to find out what John Williams studio looks like etc?:)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ashfaqueuddin-Priom/616634112 Ashfaqueuddin Priom

    Amazing photographs and amazing story too! The studio truly depicts Hans Zimmer.

  • http://www.religionbites.org Religionbites

    Wow – that room is amazing and the pictures are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Hans is my favorite composer; has been since I fell in love with the music in Backdraft. :)

  • Panoman

    Great studio and excellent picture.
    Will love to see more larger pictures of the back wall.
    Any chance you shoot some picture in the machine room (the room with all the computers)

    Thanks

    Great work

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  • http://www.modernwarfare247.com Neejoh

    Wow, at first it looked so unreal I started thinking it was CG. But apparently this is the real deal! Great photo’s Trey, they really do look –for the lack of a better word– awesome! Bravo.

  • http://www.thedomesticsoundscape.com/wordpress Felix

    These are incredible photos. What an amazing workspace!

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  • Gerald

    Have you ever seen McDonald’s headquarters or Taco Bell’s? They’re pretty impressive as well. Doesn’t mean you want to eat a McDonald’s burger or Taco Bell taco.
    The music that comes out of Hans Zimmer’s studio is paint by number, simplistic wallpaper. It’s the Walmart of film scoring. The general public doesn’t know better really.

  • http://www.hans-zimmer.ch Fabrice

    Wow, looks great and very expensive :-) fantastic! greetings from Europe, Fansite from Hans Zimmer

  • Nawk

    Lightwave, SoftImage, or 3DS?

  • Sinclair

    Hey, Is the most great studio I ever seen. Can someone send me the equipment list so I can build my studio like it please?

  • http://www.davidsloma.com David_Sloma

    Stunning and lovely work! That studio is a dream come true. Reminds me a little of Ozzy Osbourne’s den (would love to see your take on that!). Another musician with an interesting studio is Klaus Schulz.

    I’d like to conjure up the perfect writing room/editing room/lounge one day for myself. If my work room looked anything like that of Hans, it would be even more difficult to tear myself away from doing the work that I love!

    Thanks for your magical photographs!

    Best,
    David

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  • Lucas Humberto

    Aquela la é a katana do ultimo samurai?xD

    That’s the katana of the last samurai?xD

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  • Nate

    Am I the only one, or can anyone else see Albert Einstein in the velvet? (I saw it first on the cabinet door below the stemware.) It looks like the famous picture of him with his tongue sticking out.

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  • Nando

    I am a HUGE fan of Hans Zimmer for YEARS and I am so glad for you! What an awesome opportunity. I wish I was in your shoes!

  • http://www.shutterdazzle.com Russell F

    Holy freaking cow! This is SO amazing! I’ve ALWAYS loved Hans Zimmer’s music, and now to finally see inside his studio is fabulous! I’m so jealous of you! Wish I could meet him too.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks!

  • Vazha

    nice…. :D

  • Shaun F

    Incredible, Music is my passion in life and it has always been one of my dreams to meet Hans Zimmer. He is the greatest musical inspiration to me, and i hope and pray oneday i too can visit his studio and possibly meet him.

    Thanks for the inside view of his world Trey, your work is incredible!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Yoav-Asif/667846947 Yoav Asif

    It’s a cool studio but Mr.Zimmer’s Music is what inspires me the most!

  • ML

    Did you really have to HDR the crap out of all the shots though? Too much blatant photochoppery right here.

    Fascinating place however.

  • http://www.coldplaysucks.com Alex

    Wow, this really shows what a lush and inspiring environment he works in. Definitely a model for beautiful studios/work environments everywhere!

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  • http://www.themoviespoiler.com Dan

    This looks like something out of the old MYST computer game.

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  • swizzle

    These shots are decently framed, but dude – HDR-ing the crap out of a photograph does not automatically make it a better photograph. These pictures look incredibly fake and messy because of the ridiculous and excessive amount of post you’ve done. Next time, pay attention to how the scene appears through your eyes, and emulate THAT in post instead of taking it to such extremes. As it is it’s confusing and loses credibility to anyone who can identify what’s going on.

  • Chacha

    Cool studio!! But what really stands out is his music. Hans Zimmer’s work is just phenomenal!!!!!
    you cant always listen to it. if he holds a concert im definitely going.

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  • Alex

    Looks like a rendering to me. Shadows are all wrong

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  • Papaslam

    Swizzle – Have you been to Hans Zimmer’s Studio? I have and Trey captured it perfectly. There is such majesty and mystery in that room. Every corner is an adventure rich with textures, treasures and surprises. It is almost impossible to imagine someone capturing the pure magic of Hans’ room and Trey has some how accomplished that feat. I have seen the scene and Trey got it surprisingly right!

    “These shots are decently framed, but dude – HDR-ing the crap out of a photograph does not automatically make it a better photograph. These pictures look incredibly fake and messy because of the ridiculous and excessive amount of post you’ve done. Next time, pay attention to how the scene appears through your eyes, and emulate THAT in post instead of taking it to such extremes. As it is it’s confusing and loses credibility to anyone who can identify what’s going on.”

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/thomasleurmusic?feature=mhee Thomas

    When i have my own house and own money i’m gonna build my own studio.(Not like this ofcourse)

    http://www.youtube.com/user/thomasleurmusic?feature=mhee

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  • Stephanie

    Wow. I am soo jealous you do not understand. God was in great mood when he created Hans Zimmer because that man is a musical genius. I personally believe that Pirates of the Caribbean 1 2 & 3, The Dark Knight, Sherlock Homes, Madagascar and several other movies would be NOTHING without the composition of Zimmer’s magic. What a honor for you to even step into his studio. Another composer I love is Michael Giacchino. He composed the music in Lost (which was the BEST show ever), Up, The Incredibles, Star Trek and more! Anyways, Hans Zimmer is such a beautiful beautiful composer and he makes every movie come alive with his music. You are very very luck individual.

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  • Rachel

    Hi wow! That is such an incredible opportunity. I haven’t know about Hans Zimmer himself until just recently through a friend, but I’ve begun to fall in love with his work. Please email me! I have some questions I’d love to ask :)

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  • http://www.djwine-music.com DJ Wine

    He is absolutely divine. Loaded full of Protools Systems on the wall.. Cheers !

  • Russ McClay

    haha…I like how people knee-jerk respond to HDR.  Frankly a LOT of people love heavy HDR, myself included.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Mercer/100003373880948 James Mercer

    I am unsure if DISQUS will allow comment whenever I attempt to use, wrong password. Just in case atmosphere (all there), tools of trade there and blended. Sure Hans not interior decorator? Smooth, cozy, and easy on the eye.

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  • http://twitter.com/GeorgeToGo George Flocka

    Too bad that they are HDR photos… looks like shit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=601682250 Adam Liebreich-Johnsen

    In the last photo there are a pair of Mac Pro towers.

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  • http://www.avinasharora.com/ Avinash Arora

    everything looks so gorgeous, and then you get to that rack….wtf hans, how does everything in that room look so good but the cable management is SO hideous??

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  • makleleox

    everything looks so stunning, and then you get to that holder….wtf hendes, how does everything in that space look so excellent but the wire control is SO hideous??

    Spybubble gratuit

  • johndurbinn

    He’s like the white Swizz Beats

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