Below are some examples of my work composing for film/episodes/scenes. My approach is very simple: to write for the scene in order to enhance and add to the story being told.

Emotions are what connect us to characters and storylines in any visual media. The right piece of music can add and build a story helping the viewer interpret the feelings and emotions of the characters and help the story unfold.

Bridgerton Scoring Competition Entry

My competition entry composing a scene from Netflix’s hit show: Bridgerton. The scoring competition is run in conjunction with Spitfire Audio in August 2022.

Long Shots (Episode 3)

The first of three episodes scored for the comedy series Long Shots. The series is about four budding actors trying to break into the tv/film industry. Filmed in South Wales. Series available on Amazon Prime TV and Youtube.

Long Shots (Episode 4)

I composed the score for three episodes of the comedy series Long Shots. The series is about four budding actors trying to break into the tv/film industry. Filmed in South Wales. Series available on Amazon Prime TV and Youtube.

Long Shots (Episode 6)

I composed the score for three episodes of the comedy series Long Shots. The series is about four budding actors trying to break into the tv/film industry. Filmed in South Wales. Series available on Amazon Prime TV and Youtube.

DC Stargirl Scoring Competition Entry

My competition entry to score a scene from in the DC Stargirl / Spitfire Audio scoring competition. July/August 2021.

Spitfire Audio ‘Hanz Zimmer Month’ Scoring Challenge Entry

My composition entry for the #HansZimmerMonth – Spitfire Audio Challenge!

Composer Magazine/Spitfire Audio composer challenge

Composer Magazine: Celebrate #Composers

Composer Magazine in conjunction with Spitfire Audio ran a social media campaign to get #composer trending on September 15th, 2021.

Spitfire Audio – Selene Short Film

Selene – an original composition I created using the Spitfire Audio Albion Solstice sample library. All sounds used are from Albion Solstice

Spitfire Audio kindly offered the video with dialogue and sound design for people to practice scoring to picture. This is my version. I am not affiliated with Spitfire Audio in any way.