2020 has seen me compose original video game soundtracks for ‘SAI‘ by Studio Mutiny, and ‘Just Breathe’ by Engine House VFX Studio.  As well as being commissioned to compose a highly emotional TV/ Promo album for London, Soho based Felt Music.  ‘Reborn’ is also being used as the music soundtrack for the Emporio Armani Spring/ Summer 2020 Advertising Campaign, with an overall futuristic and cinematic take.  I am currently writing an album of original music entitled ‘Lifeline’, which will be heard across TV/ Advertising from 2021.     

Game credits include Audio Lead, Composer and Sound Designer for The Imaginati (at Ealing Film Studios) on ‘Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier’. Working across full production, in addition to composing all music I was also responsible for the implementation of my soundtrack within Unreal.

TV Production Music albums, ‘Asgard’ (VIKING), ‘Pinnacle’ (EPIC, INSPIRING) and ‘Guardians’ (BEAUTIFUL, HAUNTING) all saw 2019 releases.  Albums ‘Breathe’, ‘Aerial’ (NATURE), ‘The Beautiful Game’ (SPORT),  ‘In Slow E-Motion’ (REFLECTIVE) and ‘Transcendent’ (TRAILER) are all available via the Warner/ Chappell Production Music Library in America, in addition to Adrenalin Sounds in Australia.  2019 TV syncs included ‘The Launch’ used as the music to announce the MasterChef Italia 2019 Winner on Sky Uno, and ‘The Beautiful Game’ album coverage across BBC News Sportsday.  Previous high profile syncs include ‘The Prophecy’ being part of Univisions Latin GRAMMY® Total Access Awards show, which had 8 million viewers.  Film score project ‘Downward’ released on Amazon Prime 2018, and ‘Ascendance’ 2019.  Previous Audio Lead (sound design and music) projects include ‘Into Light’, which featured on the front page of the App Store under “Best New Games”, Rule The World (PC), Star Smashers (PC), and The Artifact (PC).  Additional Composer projects include ‘Outer Empires’ the first MMO game of its kind created for iOS, MMORPG ‘The Repopulation’ and feature length Horror film ‘American Beast’, distributed in America by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  ‘Outer Empires’ went on to sell over 200,000 copies, boasting the largest ever network of players on a mobile device at that time.