RECENT / FORTHCOMING PROJECTS (for full credits please scroll down the page)

Recent / Forthcoming Theatre productions include:
Kes (Sheffield Crucible) Dance theatre adaptation, directed and choreographed  by Jonathan Watkins, opens March 2014.
The Cripple of Inishmaan (Michael Grandage Company) Directed by Michael Grandage, opens on Broadway April 2014.
The Last Days of Troy (Manchester Royal Exchange / The Globe) Directed by Nick Bagnall, opens May 2014.
Fathers and Sons (Donmar Warehouse) Directed by Lyndsey Turner, opens June 2014. 
Recent Film projects includes;
McCullin (Jacqui Morris) Two time BAFTA nominated feature documentary shot on 16mm about photographer Don McCullin produced by the British Film Company, Rankin and James Gay-Rees (Senna).
Lurpak “The Cook” (Wieden & Kennedy) Worldwide commercial directed by Scott Lyon recorded in Abbey Road Studio with the London Metropolitan Orchestra.
Shelter (Patrick Gather, Markus Meedt) WWII drama, shot on 35mm film. 
Recent Music collaborations include;
Collaboration with virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope for Spheres which reached no 1 in the UK Classical charts and no 3 in the US Classical Billboard along with composers Max Richter, Ludovico Einaudi and Gabriel Prokofiev. (Released March 2013)
The xx Symphony; an orchestral collaboration with Mercury award winning band The xx performed at the Hollywood Bowl with the LA Philharmonic Orchestra and live on BBC Radio 1 with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Collaboration with Peter Hook (Joy Division/New Order) for gigs with live choir in Manchester Cathedral.


(All as Composer / Sound Designer unless * Composer only ** Music Associate)
Royal National Theatre;
Hamlet * (Nicholas Hytner) with Rory Kinnear as Hamlet, Olivier nominated. Olivier Theatre, UK Tour & return to Lyttelton Theatre
Frankenstein ** (Danny Boyle) As Music Associate to electro duo Underworld, nominated for 2012 Olivier Best Sound Design. With Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Lee Miller. Olivier Theatre. 
Earthquakes in London * (Rupert Goold) Olivier nominated and Southbank / Evening Standard award winning. Cottesloe Theatre.
Numerous other productions as Music Associate, including Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Tom Morris), Women Beware Women (Marianne Elliot) and Nation (Melly Still) in the Olivier Theatre and Men Should Weep (Josie Rourke) in the Lyttelton Theatre. 
Hamlet and Frankenstein were broadcast to cinemas for NT Live
West End;
The Cripple of Inishmaan (Michael Grandage) with Daniel Radcliffe, Broadway transfer April 2013
Macbeth (Jamie Lloyd) with James McAvoy, Olivier nominated
Mrs Lowry and Son (Abbey Wright) Trafalgar 2
Fathers and Sons (Lyndsey Turner)
Salt, Root and Roe (Hamish Pirie) nominated for Olivier Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre
The Dance of Death (Titas Halder)
Royal Shakespeare Company;
The Merchant of Venice ** (Rupert Goold) with Patrick Stewart (Music Associate and Co-Orchestrator with Adam Cork)
Sheffield Crucible;
Kes * (Jonathan Watkins) Dance Theatre adaptation, forthcoming March 2014
Betrayal (Nick Bagnall) with John Simm
Othello (Daniel Evans) with Dominic West and Clarke Peters
The Village Bike (Jonnathan Humphreys)
Hobson’s Choice (Christopher Luscombe)
Royal Opera House;
Together Alone * (Jonathan Watkins and Ballet Black)
Royal Court Theatre Jerwood Downstairs;
The Faith Machine (Jamie Lloyd)
Site Specific;
The EL Train (Sam Yates and Ruth Wilson) Hoxton Hall
The Masque of Anarchy (Sarah Frankcom) Manchester International Festival (with Peter Rice)
The Sea Plays (Ken Hoyt) Old Vic Tunnels
Shakespeare’s Globe;
Henry VI Parts I, II & III * (Nick Bagnall) and battlefield tour
Finborough Theatre;
Cornelius (Sam Yates) with transfer to 59e59 New York
Mixed Marriage (Sam Yates)
The Gate;
The Prophet (Christopher Haydon)
Hampstead Theatre;
Herding Cats (Anthony Banks) also at Bath Ustinov
Earthquakes in London * (Rupert Goold) Headlong tour
DNA (Anthony Banks) UK Tour written by Dennis Kelly
In The Dust (2Faced Dance) UK & World tour
The Rock (Moko Dance) UK tour
Rose (Abbey Wright) Pleasance Edinburgh & London
Bassett (Anthony Banks) Bristol Old Vic



McCullin (Jacqui Morris) 90min feature documentary nominated for two BAFTA Awards including Best Documentary (2013)
Shelter (Patrick Gather, Markus Meedt) Short war film, 35mm (2013)
Making a Killing (Martin Stirling) Short film, stop motion animation (2013)
Dorothea (Savvas Stavrou) Short film; Greek with English subtitles (2012)
Sofa (Jonathan Watkins) Short film; choreographed dance piece commissioned by Channel 4 (2012)
Future, Inc (Martin Stirling) Award Winning short film made in 48 hours (2012)
NFA (104 Films) 90min feature film (2011)
Made in England (Century Film) 30min documentary for Channel 4 (2011)
Myron and Hester (short film) (2011)
Secrets (Moonlighting Film) 90min feature film (2011)
I Won’t Go (LoveLove Films) 60min documentary for 4Docs (2010)
The Woman in the Red Dress (short film) (2010)
Grow (short film) 2012
A Tale of Two Mountains (White Lantern) 60min documentary (2010)
Casino52 (53 episode online drama) (2010)
Schools of Thought (Moonlighting Film) (2010)
Ellipsis (short film) (2009)
TreQuarti (90min Italian language feature film) (2009)



Lurpak “The Cook” (Wieden & Kennedy) Worldwide commercial (2013)
Waitrose “The Story of the Farmer and the Precious Egg” (BBH) UK commercial (2013)
News International A number of commissions working with the Department for Innovation (2011-12)
Imodium (UK & EUROPE television) (2011)
Blue Dragon (WORLDWIDE television) (2011)
Royal National Theatre NT LIVE (WORLDWIDE cinema) (2010-13)



One Year Shop (2009-10)
Year long retail installation at Tokyo Midtown, Japan for Neyn. Working with HesterFell design agency in Tokyo.