Dom is a composer based in London UK. He creates music that captivates and excites.

Having composed music since he was nine years old, he learnt to score for tv and film on the job whilst assisting established names such as Dominik Scherrer and Ruth Barrett.

Recent film work includes the debut film from Lenny Dorfman entitled Bring Back the Cat (starring Amanda Abington, Ellie Bamber) and the stylish animation Aftermath (Layla Atkinson, Trunk).  Recent additional music credits includes Big Beasts (Apple TV+), No Escape (Paramount+), Law & Order Organized Crime (NBC), ITV’s Sanditon (ITV), Bloodlands (BBC), The Terminal List (Amazon) and The Tourist (BBC).  His music has been heard on Schitt’s Creek (CBS), A Very English Scandal (BBC), The Night Manager (BBC), Fleabag (BBC), Viceroy’s House (Pathé), Criminal Minds (CBS) and Empire (FOX) in USA.

At the centre of a rapidly emerging new genre, Dom is a specialist in the devising of site-specific, immersive sound and music experiences.  He has designed and installed multi-channel soundscapes in major venues such as Alton Towers, Guinness Store House (Dublin), Tiffany (New York / Beijing, Seoul), Dishoom (London), Museum of Sex (New York), Joyce (Hong Kong) and Selfridges (London) often working with culinary architecture supremos Bompas and Parr.  He enjoys working in unusual spaces including a project to design and compose for a bone-conducting audio spoon for Heinz Beanz.

A multi-instrumentalist, Dom plays clarinet, piano, guitar and a handful of instruments from round the world that are seen lying around his West London studio.  He has toured the world with his jazz band and as one half of alt pop duo Shaker Neon.

Nominations include the BBC New Television Composer award.