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The Hairy Bikers Mediterranean Adventure – series dir. Richard Sharman, BBC productions, 2017

Diana: Our Mother – feature documentary, directed by Ashley Gething, ITV and HBO co-production, Oxford Film & TV, ITV, HBO, 2017

In Your Ear – 6 part series – SD and SP by Chloe Court and Chris Taylor, BBC Studios, BBC 2, 2017

Yellowstone: Wildest Winter – additional music – BBC 2, 2017

The Met [series 2] – 6 part series. SP by Shona Thompson, SD by Arron Fellows, BBC productions, BBC one, 2017

Marilyn Monroe: Auction of a Lifetime – 1 hour documentary, dir. Patrick Reams and Rosie Shellenberg, Oxford Film and TV, Ch 4, 2017

First Dates Hotel – 6 part series, SD by Adam Chapman, Twenty Twenty, Channel 4, 2017
nominated for Grieson award for Best Factual Series

The Last Miners – 2 hour landmark documentary, directed by Wesley Pollit, KEO Films, BBC 1, 2016
nominated for RTS award for Best Single Documentary

Skies Above Britain – 5 part series, series directed by Chloë Solomon and Dollan Cannell, The Garden Productions, BBC 2, 2016

Joanna Lumley’s Japan – 3 part series, directed by Neil Ferguson and Ewen Thomson, Burning Bright, ITV, 2016

Fidel Castro: America’s Nemesis – 1 hour documentary, additional music, BBC 2, 2016

Our Queen at Ninety – 90 min feature documentary, directed by Ashley Gething, Oxford Film and TV, ITV, 2016

The Prosecutors – 3 part series, directed by Sara Hardy and Blue Ryan, BBC 4, 2016
nominated for a BAFTA for best documentary series 2017

The Met – 5 part documentary series, series directors: Simon Gilchrist and Fergus O’Brien, BBC1, 2015
nominated Grierson Award 2016

Jimmy Kimmel Live – additional music, ABC, 2015

The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway, additional music, BBC 2, 2016

First Dates  – season V – 12 part series, Twenty Twenty TV, Channel 4, 2015-16
nominated for a Grierson Award 2016
nominated for an RTS award 2017
nominated for a BAFTA for best constructed factual 2017

Louis Theroux: By Reason of Insanity – additional music, dir, Jamie Pickup, BBC 2, 2015

Ed Stafford: Into The Unknown, – additional music, Discovery channel, 2015

Slow Train Through Africa With Griff Rhys Jones – additional music, ITV, 2015

First Dates
  – season IV – 12 part series, Twenty Twenty TV, Channel 4, 2015 –  BAFTA winner – Best Constructed Factual series

Sky Sports Football. 2015

Face of Britain by Simon Schama – additional music, BBC 2, 2015

Heir Hunters – additional music, BBC one, 2015

Great Ormond Street – Series III – 3 part series, series director Dollan Cannell, Films of Record, BBC2, 2015 – nominated for a BAFTA for Best Factual Series

Alaska: Earth’s Frozen Kingdom – 3 part series, additional music, BBC2, 2015

Kate Humble: Into The Volcano – 2 part series, additional music, BBC 2, 2015

Joanna Lumley’s Trans-Siberian Adventure – 3 part series directed by Michael Waldman, Burning Bright, ITV, 2015
nominated for Best Documentary Score – Jerry Goldsmith Awards
nominated for Best TV Score – Music and Sound Awards

First Dates  – Series III – 6 part series, Twenty Twenty TV, Channel 4, 2015

Exploration India – 1 hour documentary, additional music, BBC 2, 2015

Junk Food Kids – 2 part series, exec prod. Helen Richards and Alistair Pegg, Blast films,Channel 4, 2015

How Rich Are You? – 1 hour show, presented by Richard Bacon; exec producer: Meredith Chambers, Electric Ray, Channel 4, 2015

The Story of Women and Art – additional music, 3 part series, BBC 2, 2014

The Ice Rink – 3 part series, series producer Ross Anderson, ITV productions, ITV, 2015

Grand Designs – additional music, dir. Rob Gill, Boundless, Channel 4, 2014 – 2016

Britain’s Biggest Primary School – 5 part series, series director Rob McCabe, Century Films, Ch5, 2015

Tigers About The House – additional music, series 1, BBC 2, 2014

First Dates  – Series 2- 8 part series, exec prod. Meredith Chambers and Kathleen Larkin, series producer Martin Conway, Twenty Twenty TV, Channel 4, 2014

Paris to Dakar: Madness in the Desert  additional music, BBC Four, 2014

The Olden Days – 3 part documentary series presented by Ian Hislop; series dir. Ashley Gething, Wingspan productions, BBC2, 2014 Ep.1 and Ep.3, dir. Ashley Gething, ep.2 dir. Ian Macmillan

Catfish – additional music, Relativity Media, MTV, 2014

Come On Eileen – short documentary about cyclist legend Eileen Sheridan, Eel Productions, dir. Tony Collins, 2014

The Culture Show, additional music, BBC 2, 2014

Sky Sports Football, Sky, 2014

Animal Planet: Wildest islands – additional music, 2014

Saved By a Stranger –  1 hour documentary, dir. Lana Salah, The Garden Productions, ITV, 2014

The Sound of Musicals – 4 part series , series director: Nicola Brown, Fresh One, Channel 4, 2013
Ep.1 and 2 directed by Charlie Russell
Ep.3 and 4 directed by Barnaby Coughlin

The Great British Year – additional music, BBC 1, 2013

UEFA Champions League Weekly – ITV, 2013

Madness On Wheels – additional music, dir. Richard Heap, BBC 4, 2013

The Crane Gang – 3 part series, series director Rob McCabe, Liberty Bell, BBC2, 2014

First Dates – 6 part series, exec prod. Meredith Chambers and Kate Morey, Twenty Twenty TV, Channel 4, 2013

The Woman Who Woke Up Chinese – 60 min documentary, dir. Abigail Priddle, Victory TV, BBC 1, 2013

American Idol – Additional music, FOX 2013

Archaeology: A Secret History – additional music, BBC 4, 2013

The High Art of The Low Countries – additional music, BBC 4, 2013

The Unspeakable Crime: Rape – 60 min documentary, dir. Blue Ryan and Sara Hardy, Goldstar Productions, BBC 1, 2013
Nominated for a BAFTA for best documentary and best director nominated for an RTS for best documentary

Iglo – Ocean Kitchen – TV commercials for Northern Europe, BBDO, dir. Jon Greenhalgh, 2013

Our Queen – 90 min feature documentary, dir. Michael Waldman, Oxford Film & TV, ITV, 2013

Panorama – additional music, The Great Disability Scam, BBC Scotland, BBC 1, 2013

Immigration Undercover, BBC 1, 2013

Badgers: Dodging The Bullet, BBC1, 2012

Murder Workers – 90 min Cutting Edge feature documentary, dir. Jessie Versluys, CTVC, Channel 4, 2013

Heritage! The Battle for Britain’s Past – additional music, BBC 4, 2013

How To Build a Bionic Man – additional music, Darlow Smithson Productions, Channel 4, 2013

Italy Unpacked – additional music, Wall to Wall, BBC2, 2013

Masterchef: The Professionals – additional music, Shine TV, BBC 2, 2013

This World – Obama: What Happened to Hope?- additional music, BBC productions, BBC 2, 2012

The Great Spanish Crash – additional music, BBC productions, BBC 2, 2012

The Trouble With Aid – 2 hour feature documentary, dir. Ricardo Pollack, Wall To Wall productions, BBC 2, 2012
Nominated for a Grierson award for Best Historical Documentary

Addicted To Pleasure – TV series presented by Brian Cox, additional music, BBC 1, 2012

Planet Earth – additional music, BBC 1, 2012

HorizonSwallowed by a Black Hole, additional music, BBC 2, 2013

What Makes Us Human, additional music, BBC 2, 2013

Out of Control, additional music, BBC 2, 2012

Tomorrow’s World: A Horizon Special, BBC2, 2013

Global Weirding, BBC 2, 2012

Scotland’s Greatest Warrior – additional music, BBC 2, 2012

The American Road Trip: Obama’s Story – 1 hour documentary, presented by Matt Frei, dir. Ashley Gething, Oxford Film & TV, BBC 2, 2012

Supersized Earth – additional music, BBC 1, 2012

Homefront – 6 part drama, producer Kim Crowther, exec prod. Kieran Roberts, ITV, 2012
Ep.1 + Ep.2 – dir. Terry McDonough
Ep.3 + Ep.4 – dir. Ian Bevitt
Ep.5 + Ep.6 – dir. Morag Fullerton

Endgames of a Psychopath – Cutting Edge documentary, dir. Paddy Wivell, CTVC, Ch 4, 2012

Shakespeare and Us – 2 part documentary, presented by Simon Schama with Judi Dench, Simon Russell Beale, Roger Allam, dir. Ashley Gething, Oxford Film & TV, BBC 2, 2012
Nominated for Best Feature Documentary Soundtrack 2012 – International Film Music Critics Association
Nominated for Best Feature Documentary Soundtrack 2012 – Movie Music UK

Great Ormond Street Hospital – series II – series producer Clare Lucas, 6 part observational documentary, Films of Record, BBC 2, 2012 – nominated for a BAFTA for Best Factual Series
A Difficult Line – dir. Shona Thompson
A Chance at Life – dir. Marina Parker
Buying Time – dir. Rob Gill
A Delicate Balance – dir. Jonathan Taylor
Decisions for Life – dir. Rob Gill
Experimental Surgery – dir. Simon Gilchrist

Divine Women – 3 part BBC series presented by Bettany Hughes, BBC productions, BBC 2, 2012
When God Was a Girl – dir. Sophia Roberts
Handmaids of The Gods – dir. Emily Davis
War of the Words – dir. Ruairi Fallon

The Bomb Squad – 2 part documentary, narrated by Christopher Eccleston, dir. Sara Hardy and Blue Ryan, BBC productions, BBC 1, 2011

The Ground Zero Mosque – 1 hour documentary narrated by Dominic West, dir. Dan Reed, CTVC, Frontline & Channel 4, 2011

Breaking a Female Paedophile Ring – documentary narrated by Lindsay Duncan, dir. Ashley Gething, BlakewayNorth, Channel 4, 2011

Weetabix Minis – TV commercial, dir. Jon Grennhalgh, WCRS & Co, 2011

The Viking Sagas – documentary, dir. Ashley Gething, Century Films, BBC 4, 2011

My Mother Diana – documentary, dir. Patrick Reams, 1212 Productions, More4, 2011

Care Home Kid – 2 part documentary, dir. Gabe Solomon, BBC Scotland productions, BBC 2, 2011

The King James Bible – documentary presented by Melvyn Bragg, dir. Gillian Bancroft, BBC productions, BBC 2, 2011

Merlin series III – TV series, additional music – BBC 1, 2010

Black in Latin America –  4 episode mini series, Wall to Wall TV, PBS, 2010
Brasil – dir. Ricardo Pollack
Cuba – dir. Diene Petterle
Mexico and Peru – dir. Ilana Trachman
Haiti and Dominican Rep. – dir. Ricardo Pollack

The Battle of Britain – 90 minute feature documentary with Ewan McGregor, dir. Ashley Gething, Lion Television,  BBC1, 2010
Jerry Goldsmith award for Best Documentary Soundtrack
Best Feature Documentary Soundtrack – Movie Music UK
Nominated for Best Feature Documentary Soundtrack 2010 – International Film Music Critics Association

The Incubator – documentary, dir. Lucy Morgan, Ronachan Films,  Channel 4, 2010

Cameron’s Black Tory – documentary, dir. James Cohen, Raw TV,  Channel 4, 2010

America: The Story of Us – episode 11 and 12 , dir. Marion Milne, Nutopia,  History Channel – US, 2010

The Air Hospital – Cutting Edge documentary, dir. Paddy Wivell, IWC Media, Channel 4, 2010

The Bible: a history – 7 part documentary – series producer Leonie Jameson, Pioneer Productions, Channel 4, 2010
Creation – dir. Richard Sanders
Abraham – dir. Paul Sapin
The Law of Moses – dir. Ruairi Fallon
Daughters Of Eve – dir. Paul Tickell
St Paul – dir. Jamie Muir
Revelations – dir. Kate Scholefield
Jesus – dir. Dan Reed

Great Ormond Street – series 1 – 3 part documentary, series prod. Clare Lucas, Films of Record, BBC 2, 2010
Caught In The Machine- dir. Ricardo Pollack
An Imperfect Cure- dir. Simon Gilchrist
Pushing The Boundaries  – dir. Ricardo Pollack

The Queen – 5 part docudrama, series prod. Marion Milne, Blast Films, Channel 4, 2009
Sisters – dir. Ed Coulthard
Us and Them – dir. Ed Coulthard
The Rivals – dir. Patrick Reams
The Enemy Within – dir. Patrick Reams
How Do You Solve a Problem Like Camilla? – dir. Marion Milne

Merlin series II – TV series, additional music – BBC 1, 2009

The Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron – 2 part documentary presentd by Rupert Everett, dir. Michael Waldman, Blast! Films, Channel 4, 2009

The World’s Oldest Mums – Cutting Edge documentary, dir. Amanda Blue, Blast Films, Channel 4, 2009

We Are Family – series of 4 one-hour episodes, Blast! Films, BBC 2, 2009
Woolryches – dir. Danny Horan
Minchews – dir. Gabe Solomon
Deebles – dir. Ben Rumney
Goughs – dir. Kate Field

Doctor Diaries – 2 part documentary, dir. Michael Barnes,  WGBH, PBS NOVA, 2009

Merlin – TV series, episode 8 and 13 – BBC 1, 2008

Marriage Techniques forBeginners – dir. Piers Sanderson, RawTV, Channel 4, 2008

Whose Hair Is It Anyway? – dir. Jo Hughes, Minnow Films, BBC, 2008

The Victorian Sex Explorer – dir. Michael Waldman, Blast! Films, Channel 4, 2008 – RTS award for Best history documentary

My Fake Baby – dir. Victoria Silver, True North Productions, Channel 4, 2007

The Calling – dir. Stuart Kershaw, In The Dark Productions, 2007

Odd Boz – TV commercial – 2007

Cape Wrath (as music programmer) – TV series – Showtime / Channel 4, 2007

Zovirax – dir. Joe Tucker, TV commercial, 2007

Betty – dir. Adam Gutch, 2006

Listen To Bradford – dir. Piers Sanderson, 2006

The Second Mouse Gets The Cheese – dir. Piers Sanderson, 2006

Adopting The West – dir. Haryun Kim, 2006

I Know What You Ate Last Summer  – TwentyTwenty productions, Channel 5, 2006

Get A Letter – TV commercial – 2006

Hilton – Venice – TV commercial – 2006

Greatest Ever Movies – TV series – Diverse production, Channel 5, 2006

Interruption – dir. Osama Qashoo, 2005

Outside Yerske – dir. Piers Sanderson, 2005

The Cult Of Cotter – TV pilot – dir. Peter Egan, 2005

Ye Gods – TV pilot – dir. Mike Altman, 2005

Vittel – TV commercial, dir. Piers Sanderson, 2005

Faktum – TV series – SV1 Sweden, 2005

Car People – MTV clip animation, dir. Peque Varela 2005

Center Parcs – TV commercial, 2005

Cancer Research – TV commercial, 2004

Golf International – TV series – Sky sports, 2002

f e a t u r e f i l m s

Diary Of The Archway Vampire – dir. Paolo Sedazzari, in pre-production

Genova – (as orchestrator and score producer) dir. Michael Winterbottom, 2008

Chaotic Ana – (as music programmer) dir. Julio Medem, 2007

The Toybox – dir. Paolo Sedazzari, 2005
Winner of Best Foreign Film award at the Valley International Film Festival, North Hollywood, U.S.A., Official selection FantasPorto 2006 Winner of Best Film at Festival of Fantastic Films, Manchester 2006

Flamingo Blues – dir. Robbie Stevens, 2003

s h o r t f i l m s

Bad Nun – dir Clare Macdonald – in post-production, 2017

Pitfall – dir Ben Desmond, edited by Trace Taylor, 2017

How Much For My Brother?  – dir. Joe Tucker, prod. Raphael Warner, Film London / JokeDisco, 2010

Stiletto –  dir. William Mager, Hitchcock Foundation, 2008

The Note – dir. Jon Greenhalgh, 2007 – official selection for the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2008

51 Years Too Many – dir. Jon Greenhalgh, 2007 – selected for the international Advertising Cannes 2007 and Rushes Soho Shorts Festival 2007

Quiet Moments – dir. Nic Shearer, 2006

For The Love Of God (animation) – dir. Joe Tucker, 2006 – Festivals & Awards:
Santa Barbara International Film Festival USA 2008 (Best Animation), Chicago International Film Festival USA 2007 (Best Animation), Rhode Island International Film Festival USA 2007 (Best Animation), Festival de Cannes France 2007, Sundance Film Festival USA 2008, Cinequest Film Festival USA 2008, Florida Film Festival USA 2008, Indianapolis International Film Festival USA 2008, International Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart Germany 2008, Telluride Film Festival USA 2007, London International Animation Film Festival UK 2007, Ottawa International Animation Festival Canada 2007, Austin Film Festival USA 2007, Cinanima – Espinho International Animation Film Festival Portugal 2007, Bristol International Short Film Festival UK 2007, St. Louis Film Festival USA 2007

Immeasurable (animation)- dir. Gergely Cziraki , 2006 – selected for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007 and Annecy Film Festival 2008

Lollipops – dir. Haris Vafeiades, 2006

The Turk – dir. Isabella Cielli, 2005

Anniversaire – dir. Nic Shearer, 2005

Apart (animation) – dir. Gergely Cziraki , 2005 – screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival 06, Brief Encounters – Bristol 2006 and Tres Courts Film Festival 2006

This Is Frank – dir. Babek Gray, 2005

Every Dog Has Its Day – dir. Cian O’Clery, 2005

Sun Struck – dir. Kristian Bjureby, 2004

An Eye For A Tooth – dir. Murat Kebir, 2004

The Doll (animation) – dir. Kristian Bjureby, 2004

Butterflies – dir. Liz Proctor, 2004

Me, My Swamy and I – dir. Graham Higgins, 2004 – screened at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival 2005, Diba (Barcelona), Short Cuts Film Festival (India), Portobello Film Festival (U.K.)

Midas Project – dir. Tom Ward, Cimitry Films, 2003

Untitled – dir. Robbie Samuels, 2003 – Special Mention of the Jury at the Rome Film Festival, shortlisted for the Tribeca Film Festival New York and screened at the Cracov Film Festival 2004, Clemont Ferrand Film Festival 2004, broadcasted worldwide by Canal +.

All Fall Down – dir. Peter Hedley, 2003 – screened at the Cannes Film Festival 2003

Cheated Desire – dir. Donn Allen, 2003

Dead End – dir. Sonny B,.2003

Fathercare – dir. Ben Jacobson, 2002

Now’n’again – dir. Ben Jacobson, 2002

The First Session – dir. Hesham Askar, 2001

Marvin’s Magic Hat – TV commercial, 2002

GlaxoSmithKline Primary Care – TV commercial, 2002

Kodak – TV commercial, 2001

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Ted-Ed – Fracking by Mia Nacamulli – animation by Sharon Colman, 2017

Celebrity Desktops – animation series for MTV, dir. Joe Tucker, 2009

Rogue Nana – 4 part drama, Shreddies – Nestle, dir. Michael Woodward and Max Barron, 2008

Moog – animation series for Comedy Box, dir. Joe Tucker, 2007

Kodak Printer Therapy – Viral, dir. Piers Sanderson, 2007

i n s t a l l a t i o n s

Solstice – by Neeta Madahar – opening at Harewood House March 15th , PM Gallery in London, June 19th

Falling – by Neeta Madahar (London, New York and Boston), 2005

 

a l b u m s

First Dates – Decca, Universal, Warner Brothers, 2017

Human DramaKPM trailers

Joanna Lumley’s Trans Siberian Adventure – MovieScoreMedia, 2015

Singing Electricity – Bruton, Universal, 2015

Modern Classic Piano – Atmosphere, Universal, 2014

Simply Inspired – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2013

Hostile Landscapes – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2012

Science and Discovery – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2012

Cultured Traveler – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2012

Light and Dark – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2011

Cinematic Landscapes – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2011

Indie Cinema – BBC Worldwide, Universal, 2011

The Toybox – original motion picture soundtrack – MovieScore Media, 2007

EURO 2004 – KPM / EMI, 2004