I was asked by director Emily Louizou and writer Eleanor Tindall to score their production of Tindall's play Gingerbread, which was premiered as part of the Greek Theatre series at the Almeida Theatre. Some extracts of this can be heard here. My score is based on transcriptions of birdsong - the theme of birds birdsong is a prominent symbol in the play.
I have now completed my studies at the Royal College of Music on their Composition for Screen course, with distinction. I was also lucky enough to be awarded the Joseph Horovitz Prize in Composition for Screen, for outstanding achievement in my final portfolio.
I have completed over an hour of experimental noise/drone music for a promenade setting of Sarah Kane's final play, 4.48 Psychosis (directed by Emily Louizou) in the Crypt Gallery, a crypt in Euston. Eight shows were performed and a selection of the music will be available to listen to here.
I have completed over 40 minutes of music for an intimate production of Othello (directed by Victor Ade) in the Pack and Carriage, a pub in Camden. Two shows were performed and a small selection of the music is available to listen to on the Music page, or by clicking here.
Myself and sound designer James Melling have won the Sunday Times Judges' commendation for 'Best Sound and Music Design' for our work on Bacchae at the National Student Drama Festival this year.
I recently had a String Trio premiered at Holy Trinity Church in South Kensington, as part of a composers' concert of new string music. There is a recording available to listen to here. The performers were Romana Waska, James Douglas, and Idlir Shyti.
The first run of shows of the UCL Classical Drama Society's production of Bacchae (directed by Emily Louizou, produced by Hayley Russell) completed this month at the Bloomsbury Theatre. The production contained over an hour of my original music, much of which was performed live on stage, in costume! So far the show has received very positive reviews. The production will go to Greece in April, and the British Museum in the Summer, and has been entered into the National Student Drama Festival. The trailer for the play is available to view below:
I was recently asked by Jewelia (an independent Romanian music artist) to record some session violins for her latest song, Lotus Flower. The video is available to view below.
This year, I was one of the 12 shortlisted entries to the European Talent competition at Soundtrack Cologne. My entry was screened at the festival in Cologne, which I attended with the Royal College of Music Composition for Screen faculty. The score I wrote for this is available to listen to here. This score was made from my own violin and viola recordings.
A promotional single for the upcoming horror video-game Faceless (for which I am scoring the soundtrack) has now been released and is available to purchase through Amazon UK, Amazon US, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and many other digital distribution platforms. The track serves as the Main Menu music for the game, featuring vocals by Jemma Cash, and all strings by me.
A new track is now available to listen to: The Passion. This piece was written and recorded in just 7 days as part of the Advanced Practical Skills project at the Royal College of Music.
I am pleased to announce that I have been brought on to the Faceless development team, in the production of a free-to-play video-game based on the Slenderman mythos. It has been greenlit on Steam, and more information can be found on the Steam page. None of the current trailers or promotional material contain my music, but all future updates from Faceless will.
My newest score, and my first graphic score, has recently been completed. It was created as part of London Sinfonietta's "RSVP" call for scores that fit on a postcard.
Celtic folk-metal project Oakenshield asked me to record session fiddles for their latest album - Legacy, which is released under the Einheit Produktionen record label, to much critical acclaim. Much of the album is available to listen to on Youtube, below you can find the song Earl Thorfinn.