I’ve been doing a fair bit of writing recently, but not much in the way of uploading. Unless it’s for a commission or particular project, I tend to create a few pieces – either on the guitar, just on the computer, or mixing live and virtual instruments – and let them stew for some time to […]
New music in the form of live videos and an album, coming soon from my band Glossom!
I have finally got round to recording my film score for Stephen Broomer’s ‘Brébeuf’ which was commissioned by Video Jam and performed at Manchester Jewish Museum on the 12th November 2015. If you missed the performance, then now is your chance to hear what it sounded like – enjoy! You can read more about my […]
Quite a while back now, I wrote a piece for moving image as part of my portfolio I was creating at university. It was a ‘wide-eyed’ and adventurous orchestral arrangement, accompanying some footage of Antarctica (the source of which I have never been able to find.) It’s proven a fairly agreeable piece of music amongst […]
(Originally posted 17th May 2014) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/851059627/tablet-of-destiny I’m working with director David Wilks on ‘Tablet of Destiny’ a new scifi chase film about an ancient, globe-trotting conspiracy – the Black Knight Satellite. It’s my first chance to work on the soundtrack for a feature length film, so I’m really hoping this kicks off! It’s literally […]
The Liverpool University Players worked with videographer and editor Sarah Pollitt to create this film about how we created the music for their production of The Canterbury Tales. Featuring interviews with myself and producer/harpist Sarah Peverley, we discuss authenticity, collaboration and realisation in this short documentary. Learn more about the production in this online version of the […]
(Originally posted on 13th May 2013) During the final year of study for my Music degree, I redid the sound effects and music for the Dishonored trailer. I muted the original (cutting off the intro in the jail for brevity) and tried to manipulate the audio so as to create a sinister sounding interpretation of the […]