I’ve been interviewed for an awesome book about the film music I’ve done for independent animation! It was written by the incredibly talented and hardworking Ben Mitchell from Skwigly Online Animation Magazine. I get to talk about the soundtracks I’ve done for But Milk is Important and Three’s a Crowd. You can order the book here: …
Plug in your headphones and scare yourself to some of the music I created for the award winning psychological thriller Angel of Death!
Rescently my music returned to Athens Animfest with Three’s A Crowd! Coincidentally the artwork for their website was created by Anna Mantzaris, who I’ve just finished working with on another awesome stop-time animation for a fantastic environmentally friendly American organisation. Excited to be sharing the results real soon!
Just finished the music to one of the awesome films I’ve been working on recently – a psychological thriller called Angel Of Death. It was fantastically shot at a location made famous by the BBC’s Sherlock and Dr Who and it’s a brilliantly executed piece of film I’ll get to see on the big screen …
My music accompanied But Milk Is Important as it won it’s 21st International award at GIRAF Festival of Independant Animation in Calgary, Canada!
Check out this interview I did with Japanese based company DA Vision! It’s part of a short group of films about people’s passion for their work and their way of life.
Did the music to this awesome advert for One Minute Film & Video Festival Aarau in Switzerland! I had the pleasure of working with the great animator Trevor Hardy again on this wonderfully made animated trailer. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
My music accompanied But Milk Is Important as it received it’s 20th International award at the UK’s largest independent animation festival LIAF.
Very kind words from multi-award winning director Trevor Hardy, who I worked with on his amazing animated film Three’s A Crowd.
But Milk is Important is featured in a new Italian book about Stop Motion by Stefano Bessoni! If that wasn’t cool enough my music accompanied it as it received it’s 16th award at the In Short Film Festival!