Great review for Epilogue.

Such a lovely buzz to read this very favourable review of Epilogue, a short film that I scored earlier this year for writer/ director Layke Anderson. It was my first time working with Layke and I must say the project was a joy to be involved in. We seemed to find common ground instantly and just creatively clicked, which was brilliant. It's a dark subject, told with the greatest subtlety that is so captivating.

You can read the full review here - so nice that the music gets a mention :-)

The score is a bed of synths and cello, it has a warped, eerie distinctly uncomfortable feel and has very minimal melody - it's all about the texture, that's something that I really love to put detail into.

You can listen to the full score on my LISTEN page, under the heading FILM.

Here's the trailer to the movie...




Five Films 4 Freedom feature in The Guardian.

London LGBT film festival BFI Flare launches free worldwide viewing campaign in 70 countries, as part of British Council initiative. Chance, a film I scored for director Jake Graf has been included. Read about it in The Guardian.