Full CV

Feature Film

Nureyev (dir Jacqui Morris, released later 2018)

McCullin (dir Jacqui Morris nominated BAFTA Best Documentary and Best Newcomer) (winner, Music + Sound Award best Feature Film Score)

Hamlet (dir Sarah Frankcom, with Maxine Peake)

Attacking the Devil (dir Jacqui Morris, winner Grierson Award)

Play On – Shakespeare in Silent Film (BFI)

We Are Many (dir Amir Amirani)

1984 (Northern Ballet, choreographed by Jonathan Watkins) Live performance of the South Bank Award winning ballet for BBC 4


NT Live Cinema Broadcasts

A Streetcar Named Desire (Live from the Young Vic) dir Benedict Andrews, with Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby

Hamlet (Live from the Royal National Theatre) dir Nicholas Hytner, with Rory Kinnear

Frankenstein (Live from the Royal National Theatre) dir Danny Boyle, with Benedict Cumberbatch, Johnny Lee Miller



Broadway / West End;

The Cripple of Inishmaan (dir Michael Grandage; Broadway and West End) (with Daniel Radcliffe) TONY NOMINATION BEST SOUND DESIGN

A Streetcar Named Desire (dir Benedict Andrews; St Ann’s Warehouse NY, Young Vic) (with Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby)

Macbeth (dir Jamie Lloyd; Trafalgar Transformed) (with James McAvoy, Claire Foy)

East is East (dir Sam Yates; Trafalgar Transformed) (with Jane Horrocks)


Royal National Theatre; Hamlet, Frankenstein, Earthquakes in London

Donmar Theatre; Aristocrats, Fathers and Sons, The Dance of Death, Salt, Root & Roe

The Old Vic; Fanny & Alexander, The Sea Plays (Old Vic Tunnels)

Manchester International Festival; The Masque of Anarchy

Shakespeare’s Globe; Henry VI Parts I, II & III, Cymbeline

Sheffield Theatres; Desire Under The Elms, Kes, Betrayal, Othello, The Village Bike, Hobson’s Choice

Royal Exchange Theatre; Twelfth Night, Hamlet, The Last Days of Troy

Royal Court; The Faith Machine

Hoxton Hall; The EL Train

Almeida Theatre & Royal Shakespeare Company; The Merchant of Venice (as music associate and orchestrator)




Kes (Sheffield Theatres)

Together, Alone (Ballet Black, Royal Opera House)

Dreaming in Code (2Faced Dance)

In The Dust (2Faced Dance)

Short Film

The Departure (dir Gillian Anderson)

Come Together (dir Wes Anderson) for H&M Christmas

Paddington and the Christmas Visitor (dir Daniel Kleinman) for M&S Christmas

Edmund The Magnificent (dir Ben Ockrent, with Ian McKellen, David Bradley)

The Hope Rooms (dir Sam Yates, with Andrew Scott, Ciaran Hinds)

The Overcoat (dir Patrick Myles, with Jason Watkins, Tim Key)

Mdudu Boy (dir Ella Smith)

Shelter (dir Patrick Gather, Markus Meedt, with Ed Stoppard, Michael Smiley)

Dorothea (dir Savvas Starou)


Collaborations with Music / Bands include; 

Sir John Tomlinson and the London Metropolitan Orchestra for the BBC’s theme for the 2018 Fifa World Cup

Daniel Hope on Spheres which reached no 1 in the UK and no 3 in the US Classical Billboard Chart (watch Musica Universalis from the album here

Mercury winning The xx and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra on The xx Symphony which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 1 (and BBC TV red button); a 45 minute set consisting of orchestral arrangements of “xx” and “Coexist” conducted by Clark Rundell (watch the whole set here). The arrangements were subsequently performed at the Hollywood Bowl conducted by David Campbell.

Electro duo Underworld for the National Theatre Production of Frankenstein directed by Danny Boyle (also broadcast live to cinemas) 

Grammy winning Clean Bandit for an orchestral arrangement of their huge hit “Rather Be” (as used by Marks & Spencer for their advertising) 

Peter Hook (Joy Division) for an arrangement of a number of his songs for choir performed at Manchester Cathedral with his band (including “Love Will Never Tear Us Apart”)



Numerous collaborations with Oscar nominated Smith & Foulkes, Wes Anderson, Dougal Wilson, Megaforce, Scott Lyon, Martin Stirling

Marks & Spencer – Paddington and the Christmas Visitor (Grey London / Studiocanal)

H&M – Come Together (Adam & Eve / DDB)

2018 World Cup – History Will Be Made (BBC Creative)

British Gas – Wilbur’s Theme (CHI & Partners)

Lurpak – Weave Your Magic (Wieden + Kennedy)

BBC1 Christmas (and Idents) – Sprout Boy (Y&R London)

Tesco Christmas (Wieden + Kennedy)

Finish – Dishes; Ageing; Heartbreak; (Wieden + Kennedy)

Stand Up To Cancer (4 Creative)

Arla Skyr – The Messenger (Wieden + Kennedy)

Arla – Chessmaster (Wieden + Kennedy)

The Grand National (4 Creative)

Greenpeace – Everything is not Awesome (Don’t Panic)

Royal British Legion – In Flanders Fields (Y&R London)

Marks & Spencer – Clean Bandit (Y&R London) 

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