When I write music for a project, I want it to be unique to that project. With every new collaboration I try to find the essence of the story or concept and make the score a part of that world. I try to be as versatile and adventurous as possible in my thinking and music making and in so doing, I like to think I bring a lot of creative energy to the projects I work on.

I am equally active in the film and the dance worlds, having been obsessed with movies since my youth and also having had a choreographer for a parent. I trained in composition at Dartington College of Arts (U.K.) and Calarts (USA) and then gained a masters degree in Composing for film at the National Film and Television School (U.K.) I am multi-instrumentalist and work with both orchestral and electronic styles of music.

I am always interested in discussing new projects so please see the contact page if you would like to get in touch!

All the best



"In this podcast Director Tim Reckart and I talk about the process of coming up with the music for head over heels"

A bit about Tim :
In the aftermath of the film’s enormous success, which includes over thirty award wins, Tim has gone on to work on such exciting projects as Doug TenNapel’s Armikrog and Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa, and is presently developing a series with BBC Worldwide while also attached to direct a feature film with Sony Pictures Animation. He was also recently included in Variety’s 10 Animators to Watch earlier this month, alongside some of the industry’s major players.