Ruth got me on board half way through Terminal List to bring some programming chops to the table and help with some synth ideas. My Moog Grandmother was amazing at adding some sharpness to the theme for Constance Wu’s character Katie Buraneck.
Additional Music. Classic country and bluesy guitar explorations as part of Dominik’s team. Huge vistas of endless hot Australian sand was just what was needed in deep lockdown early 2021. 1957 Gibson J50 – just the ticket.
Savage noisemaking slam up against heart tugging emo orchestrations for Ruth Barrett on this new branch of L&O. Total thrill. Additional music, programming and orchestration.
Orchestrating for Ruth is always a thrill and this time – our third outing together – I was also on Prophet 6 and various other vibey sonics duties. Much less spooky than her last project The Sister, but just as much tension in the score. The action also revolves around a family drama and there […]
The Sister was my second project orchestrating for one of today’s great musical forces in TV and film: Ruth Barrett. A spooky thriller, part murder mystery, part ghost story, Ruth’s music conjured a world of tension, suspicion, fear and uneasiness. Alongside the chilling string voicings, I provided a few synth parts, with a big thank […]
Being part of the orchestration team on this score from Daniel Pemberton was an honour. The movie looks and sounds like nothing else, indeed just the way that Dan created the score with heavies such as Tim Lefebvre (bass) and Abe Rounds (drums) this was always going to stand out and break your speakers. Andrew Skeet […]
My first, and I suspect not my last project orchestrating for Ruth Barrett, as we got on spectacularly. An inspiration for anyone who wants to find out what real time pressure is like on a project! The strings, guitars and harp were recorded between Ruth’s studio and Gorbal’s Glasgow. Ruth’s music on Sanditon is killer, […]
Working with my very good friends Les Enfants Terribles, I’ve provided the sound design and a touch of music for this fascinating theatrical art installation at Blickling Hall, Norfolk. Joe Hufton has directed with wicked set design from Lydia Denno. Working primarily with the spoken word, will post some sounds soon. There’s a great Guardian […]