I’m a published composer, audio producer, and classically trained pianist with 20 years’ industry experience. My wide-ranging portfolio spans over 60 projects, including over award winning films, video games, radio documentaries, dance productions, and theatre shows.

In 2004, aged 17, I recorded my first album of solo piano compositions, and received an invite to perform it at the Ravello Festival, Italy. A year later, I took on my first commission, working with adventure game writer Steve Ince (Broken Sword, Beneath a Steel Sky, In Cold Blood) on his video game Mr Smoozles Goes Nutso. Since then I have composed for a variety of media.

After a receiving a BA in Music Composition, I moved to Berlin where I began producing electronic music, which has found support from the likes of John Digweed, Pig & Dan, and Josh Butler, as well DMC World and Faze Mag.

In 2013, I composed the soundtrack for American Film Institute (AFI) masters students, for their thesis film, Woman in Fragments. This filmed was showcased in festivals internationally, including Cannes.

The music and narrative themes running throughout this film formed the basis for a new album, Change, written for piano, string quartet, guitars and electronics. This album was released in 2017 has since been playlisted by HDSounDI, where it has received over a million streams. A sheet music book featuring solo piano arrangements of Change was published in 2021 by contemporary music specialists Editions Musica Ferrum.

In 2019, I achieved the DipABRSM performance diploma in piano, specialising in classical and romantic composers.

Services Offered:
– bespoke compositions, arrangements, and remixes
– dialogue editing and sound mixing for film
– audio recording and production for musicians
– music transcription and engraving for sheet music publication
– audio restoration
– session pianist, recorded or live work
– tuition (piano, brass, theory, composition, audio production, Ableton, Finale)

I’d love to hear about your project. If you’d like to discuss how I can help, please drop me a line.