About Me


I’m a Composer and Music Supervisor based in Central London, where I work on scores and arrangements for feature films, television, and internationally touring stage shows.

In 2017 I composed the main titles theme for BBC1’s talent show ‘Pitch Battle’, on which I additionally worked as an arranger and vocal coach.

I have had arrangements performed on BBC1, BBC2, BBC Radio 2 and Channel 4, and TV commercial music across all channels. I composed the original score for the upcoming British thriller movie ‘Snapshot’, directed by Marcus Warren, and have orchestrated and scored additional music for film composers M Ghibran and Vince Pope.

In addition to writing music for picture, I am the Arranger and Music Supervisor of  The Choir of Man and Gobsmacked!, two critically acclaimed music stage shows created in partnership with producers Nic Doodson and Andrew Kay. Gobsmacked! has had commercial and critical success in London, China, Hong Kong, and on an extensive USA tour playing prestigious theatres including The Kennedy Center in DC. With numerous duplicate casts, The Choir of Man is currently touring Australia, the USA and Europe throughout 2018 and 2019, and is additionally the highest rated show on the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet. In 2018 I produced a 13 track Original Cast Recording of music from The Choir of Man.

I am also the Music Supervisor and Arranger for The Cereal Café, a new Musical being premiered at The Other Palace in February 2019.

In June 2016 I gave a TEDx talk about the human voice as a musical instrument, which can be seen here.

In 2014 I co-founded Movie Music London, through which I score films and TV with a close team of composers and orchestrators. 

I additionally work as a recording, editing and mix engineer, and am on the composer rosters of multiple top music production companies in London and New York, through which I pitch music for global TV commercials.

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He hits all the right parts without it feeling over-the-top. It feels very cinematic, very contemporary, beautiful…

Nick Bartleet
Director (Rolo - The Island)