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Unsafe Sex in the City II – Composed Music

Written on October 5, 2013 at 3:08 pm | No Comments |

It’s been several months in the making, but Unsafe Sex in the City II aired this week on BBC3. Produced by the telented Emily Clerc and with the excellent lead editor Leon Stuparich, the series shadows sexual health clinics in Leeds and Exeter and looks to inform people of the realities of unprotected sex and the risk of STIs.

According to The Times it’s “This is public service broadcasting of a high order,” and “informed, funny, well-made and immensely watchable.”

I provided some of the music for this including themes for Exeter and Leeds and the title sequence.

If you like to watch it you can here: Unsafe Sex in the City – BBC iPlayer


Written on June 17, 2013 at 1:48 pm | No Comments |

Marketing agencies have a habit of useing kooky acoustic tracks to entice us and fairytale is along those lines. Strumming ukeleles, double bass, bits of flute and fiddle… I could start a mumford band.

Lyrically it’s a love story set in the deep recesses of a childlike imagination. This is a co-write with Chris Price of Unthanks and Broken Joker fame. Lizzie Hibbert provided BVs

The Road To Peace

Written on June 10, 2013 at 4:04 pm | No Comments |

The trailer below features music by me but the film itself is one which which everyone should see.

In the media The Dalai Lama has been largely portrayed as a political leader concerned with the issue of Tibet, however, he also commands respect as one of the great philosophers and religious leaders of the 21st Century: a Nobel Peace Prize winner and a figurehead who propelled Buddhism onto the Western stage.

The film is incredibly moving and shows that the Dalai Lama has a presence and aura beyond that afforded by his fame. The fundamental principles of Buddhism are beautiful in their simplicity and if adopted gloabally, the world would certainly be a better place.

to buy the film click here