Recent Credit Highlights;
Nureyev (Feature Film) 2017 – Directed by Jacqui Morris, score recorded at Abbey Road Studio 1 with London Metropolitan Orchestra and Choir (released later in 2017).
Nineteen Eighty Four (Northern Ballet) 2016 – Sold out Sadler’s Wells and UK Tour with live 30 piece orchestra; winner of South Bank Award for Dance. Also broadcast on BBC4.
Come Together (dir Wes Anderson) 2016 – TV spots for H&M Christmas campaign directed by Oscar winning Wes Anderson and starring Adrian Brody .
A Streetcar Named Desire (dir Benedict Andrews) 2016 – Sold out theatre production staring Gillian Anderson both in London (Young Vic) and New York (St Ann’s Warehouse). Also broadcast live to cinemas for NT Live.
Theatre productions include collaborations at the Royal National Theatre with Danny Boyle and Underworld (Frankenstein), Sir Nicolas Hytner (Hamlet), Rupert Goold (Earthquakes in London); Tony nominated Broadway production of The Cripple of Inishmaan collaborating with Michael Grandage and Martin McDonagh; as well as numerous productions in the West End (Macbeth; East Is East; The Cripple of Inishmaan), Off-Broadway, Shakespeare’s Globe, RSC, Donmar, Royal Opera House, Royal Court, Chichester Festival Theatre, Sheffield Crucible as well as site specific pieces for the Manchester International Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Old Vic Tunnels and at Hoxton Hall. A number of productions were screened live to cinemas for NT Live.
Feature Films include the forthcoming Nureyev; twice BAFTA nominated McCullin (also winning Music + Sound Award for best Feature Film score in Cannes); Attacking The Devil (Weinstein Co); Hamlet (staring Maxine Peake, based on the stage production); We Are Many; NFA; Secrets;
Short Films include The Departure (actress Gillian Anderson’s directorial debut); Edmund The Magnificent (BFI Creative England) staring Sir Ian McKellen and David Bradley; The Hope Rooms staring Andrew Scott and Ciaran Hinds; Mdudu Boy, Shelter; Dorothea; Making a Killing; Myron and Hester; Future, inc; Sofa;
Collaborations with musicians include Mercury Prize winning The xx and The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra for a live concert on BBC Radio 1 and TV, as well as at the Hollywood Bowl with the LA Philharmonic Orchestra; Grammy winning Clean Bandit; Peter Hook (Joy Division); and virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope on Spheres for Deutsche Grammophon which reached number 1 in the UK Classical and number 3 in US Billboard charts.
Commercials include music for both UK and Global multi-award winning campaigns including H&M; BBC One Christmas (and BBC One idents); Lurpak; Finish; Arla; Greenpeace; Marks & Spencer; Waitrose; Tesco; Three Mobile, Slack; Grand National (Channel 4); Stand Up To Cancer (Channel 4) and Celebrations to name a few…