I’ve composed the music for more than a hundred television productions across all programming genres, from BAFTA and Emmy award-winning dramas and documentaries to light entertainment and commercials.
Here’s some of my work
News and other stuff
Tuesday 05 March 2013
I’m currently working on My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding for US channel TLC, Tom Hardy’s War on Poaching for ITV1, and Discovery Channel’s new series, Forbidden. I’m shortly due to start scoring the third series of Sky1′s Ross Kemp: Extreme World.
Wednesday 12 December 2012
This year’s projects have included Channel 4′s Captive: The Sex Slave Girl, Ross Kemp: Extreme World for Sky1, Channel 4′s Restoration Man, Drugs, Inc (Nat Geo) and World’s Most Dangerous Roads (BBC2). Columbus, a feature length documentary for Channel 4, and Blackpool Lights – a new series for Channel 5 – will be broadcast in 2013.
Wednesday 31 August 2011
I’ve recently completed BBC4′s three-parter Agony and Ecstasy: A Year with English National Ballet – “Damn good television…gripping stuff” (The Times), “Terrific…expert storytelling…best programme of the week” (The Sunday Times), “A fascinating documentary…extraordinary” (The Guardian), Caroline Quentin: A Passage Through India for ITV1 and Lily Allen: From Riches to Rags for Channel 4.
Listen to music from Agony and Ecstasy – A Year with English National Ballet
Tuesday 22 February 2011
Ross Kemp: Extreme World – a new five-part series for Sky1 with its “soundtrack growling with Inception levels of portent” (The Independent) is currently on air, rating through the roof and getting great reviews. Michel Roux’s Service – an eight-parter for BBC2 and Alan Titchmarsh’s Garden Secrets – a major new series also for BBC2 have recently finished airing.
Listen to music from Alan Titchmarsh’s Garden Secrets:
Saturday 18 September 2010
Stephen Tompkinson’s Australian Balloon Adventure (3 x 60 mins) was recently completed and has just finished airing on ITV1. Ross Kemp: Battle for the Amazon and its “pulsating soundtrack” (The Observer) is being repeated on Sky1 and has been getting great reviews: “One of the best environmental films in years” (The Guardian). Also, please look out for Vet Adventures, a brand new series also for Sky1. It’s rather good.