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Star Dog & Turbo Cat, an action-adventure, CG animated, feature film for Red Star 3D, in cinemas at Christmas, 2019.  My soundtrack is available digitally here, and here are some examples of previous work with Red Star.

Flood (Slung Low, 2017) was a 4-part story I scored, told live on a floating stage, online, and on BBC2 for Hull City of Culture. The soundtrack is available digitally here.

The National Commemoration of the Centenary of the Battle of The Somme (2016) – also known as Somme 100 – in Manchester’s Heaton Park, a concert featuring video and dance underscored by my work.

The Aviatrix (2014), a feature-length documentary for which I composed an original soundtrack, premiered on BBC4 in March 2015.

CITV Autumn Brand Image (2014), a one minute promotional advertisement which played across all the ITV channels from September 2014 onwards featuring some quirky and lively music.

Pandemic (2012), which played for a week as part of the Singapore Arts Festival, was an interactive, theatrical, site-specific experience set in a post-apocalyptic future featuring a suitably horror, synchronised score. “And vampires are closing in…”

Mr Bojagi (2009), a short film starring Brian Blessed, and featuring a fantastical soundtrack, received over 25,000 views on Daily Motion, an online film site, most of those being in its initial weekend. You can watch the trailer here.

Helium (Slung Low, 2007), a site-specific new theatre piece, starring the vocal talents of Patrick Stewart alongside my musical soundscapes. The Guardian and The Metro both liked it so much they both gave it 4*s.

Black | Blue (2005), starring Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Mr Eko, Lost) is a short, tense drama for which I was awarded Best Sound at the Leicester CAN Short Film Festival.

To Courtney, With Love (2005) was a poignant look at a young mother and her struggle with cancer, featuring an intimate, piano-led music. Broadcast on BBC1, it won the RTS award for Best Documentary in 2006.