Hello! I am a film composer, sound designer and sound editor based in North Yorkshire, UK, with a particular interest in music and audio post-production for documentary and animated projects. My credits span a variety of genres across short and feature-length films, ranging from natural history to comedy, thriller, corporate promotional material and sci-fi animated productions, as well as audio-only projects.
In October 2019, I was awarded First Prize in the Berlin International Sound Design Competition, my entry for which can be watched here. In 2017, my re-score of The Mighty Coconut’s The OceanMaker was selected as the runner-up in the Emerging Composers category of the CINE Marvin Hamlisch Film Scoring Contest, in which over 600 composers took part internationally. The Evolution of Madagascar, on which I carried out all audio post-production and composed the original score, won ‘Best Student Film’ at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in 2016.
Alongside my compositional credits, I also have production experience in location audio recording, foley, ADR, sound design, sound editing, audio restoration (of both dialogue and music) and music-video production.
In 2016, I completed a BA in Music at the University of York, graduating with First Class Honours (with Distinction). In 2017, I completed a Masters Degree in Music Production at the University of York with Distinction. As well as a working composer and audio post-producer, I am also a freelance French horn player in the Yorkshire area.