A little bit about me…
Thanks for visiting! I’m an award winning British composer and musician living in New York City. I write, produce & perform music for theatre, film, television, radio and new media.
Drawing from a rich variety of genres my original music can be as driving and persuasive as it can be lyrical and sensitive. Always fresh and exciting, I combine captivating harmonic progressions with strong melodic lines and sonic experimentation, giving rise to wildly different work from musical theatre to ambient and electronica
My composition and production work has been used in film, tv, radio, apps, games, theatre, and children’s activities. I enjoy the collaborative process, whether it’s writing the music for a webseries or working on scores for new musical theatre pieces.
From commissioned works to production music, my music is like a spork: it has many uses. Below is a sample of work taken from across the board, including theatre and film soundtracks, commercial ditties and production music.
The Dark Side Of Montauk
Sound Of Summer
Just A Minute
Musical Theatre Portfolio
Ambient & Electronica
All the gossip from the Big Apple
The ‘Academia Nuts’ sizzle reel is now live and kicking! Whether you saw the show in July or not, be sure to check out it out.
(Videography and editing by Micah Joel Photography)
This weekend (October 25th) I’m heading to LA with the Cafe Wha band to play at a celeb birthday party. Looking forward to 18 hours of palm trees and balmy temperatures!
Earlier this year I worked on the theme song and incidental music for a new comedy web series, starring Emmy award winner Maile Flanagan. The episodes have now all been finished, and the website is up and running. Check them out here.
Summer is ‘over’, although it’s still 90 degrees outside. After taking some downtime following NYMF I’ve been back in the studio working on production music for a couple of reality TV shows. Check out one of them below…
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