Film & TV Composer
Neil has worked in the industry for the past fifteen years and his scores have covered a multitude of genres, including documentaries, sports promos and titles, advertising, theatre, branding & idents and film & orchestra.
His work has seen collaborations with fellow composers and musicians such as David Arnold, Katherine Jenkins, Penka Kouneva (Orchestrator – Matrix, Transformers & Elysium) The Royal
& Prague Philharmonic, Bratislava Symphonic and Moscow Orchestras, and the Rodolfus & Welsh National Choirs.
In addition Neil has worked along side award winning creatives for film and TV including; Adam Wells (British Lions Tours), Jamie Muir (Carte Noire), Christian Kinde (All’s Well, Best Short), Alan Rickman (Dust, Best Short) Ben Bocquelet (The Amazing Adventures of Gumball) and Ashley Walters (PS4)
With two decades of experience work has included music for documentaries, sports promos and titles, advertising, theatre, branding & idents, animation, online content and film &
Collaborations with fellow composers and musicians such as David Arnold, Katherine Jenkins, Penka Kouneva (Orchestrator – Matrix, Transformers & Elysium) The Royal and Prague
Philharmonic Orchestras, The Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Orchestra and the Rodolfus & Welsh National Choirs.
Awards & Accolades
BAFTA nominee (Guinness Rugby Premiership, best title sequence 2008), Gold Promax, and a Royal Television Society award (British Lions Tour of New Zealand 2006)
Further accolades include:
The Silent – Hollywood, 48 Short International Film Festival 2019
Excursion – Winner Best Film Jury & Audience Award – 2018
Rebecca Gold – Best Web Series Oniros Film Awards 2018
Shemira – Screened at the British Independent Film Festival, London 2018
The Silent – Los Angeles Cinefest Film Festival 2018
Parallel Lives – Academy Award Short Listed 2017
Ode – Winner best documentary – London Cinematic Film Festival 2017
Dust – Nominated, best short – National Film Academy 2015
Dust – Accepted into BAFTA Short Film Festival 2014
Kickoff – Best British Short UK Film Festival 2013
Out of Hours – Accepted into the Cannes film festival 2012
The Amazing World of Gumball -British Academy, RTS, International Emmy 2012