CREDITS & NEWS
T2: Trainspotting. Viasat Film Premiere
Joe.co.uk – QPR Academy Dance Off
Joe.co.uk – Millwall Academy Dance Off
Great British Comedy – Channel 4
999 Emergency – Channel 4
The Young Pope – Sky Atlantic
South Of Hell. Viasat Series
Containment – Series Finale. E4
All 4 Shorts
Stand Up To Cancer. Bear Grylls’ Celebrity The Island on Channel 4
Alan Carrs Grease Night – Channel 4
Superheros – Channel 4
2016 Investec Derby – Channel 4
Toyota – Le Mans
L’Oreal ‘Little White Lies’ Channel 4 Ident
Seat Hidden Heroes – Adrian
Viasat TV10 WW2 Channel Ident
Viasat TV 10 Sport Channel Ident
Viasat TV4 Gummy Bears and Bullets Channel Ident
ISSA Spring/Summer 2016
ISSA Autumn/Winter 2015
EA Sports: FIFA 15 – Best Goals Of The Week
SOHO HOUSE and BACARDI present Fred & Erik, Little Dragon
Jakwob’s “Rain” provides the backdrop for Fred & Erik’s interview.
Seat and the Nurburgring
“To prove that the 2014 Leon CUPRA is the most intense CUPRA they’ve ever made, Seat took took their latest model for a test drive – on one of racing’s toughest tracks. A new record was attained. Hold on tight.”
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Triumph Rides America
Adamson Wolfe – Run | O2 Guru TV 24 hour music challenge
Game Of Thrones – Adamson Wolfe
Adamson Wolfe‘s composition from the Ancient Kingdoms album features in the Game Of Thrones season finale for Sky Atlantic
Byzantium – Richard Pryn
Richard Pryn composed the trailer music for Byzantium.
Byzantium is a seaside-town tale of a mother-and-daughter vampire duo on the run. Directed by Neil Jordan and starring Gemma Arteton, Jonny Lee Miller and Saoirse Ronan. This is the second foray by Jordan into the world of the undead following his Oscar nominated ‘Interview With A Vampire’.
Unstoppable – Ben Medcalf
Ben Medcalf composes the cue for Tony Scott’s Unstoppable starring Denzel Washington
Channel 4 The King’s Speech premiere – Richard Pryn
Richard Pryn‘s trailer composition taken from the Themes From Dark City album used for Channel 4′s film premiere of The King’s Speech
Guinness – Adamson Wolfe
Guinness Paint the Town Black for Arthur’s Day at Senate House
Arthur’s Day celebrations got under way in central London with a unique 3D projection mapping light show projected onto the walls of the capital’s Senate House building with the soundtrack composed by Adamson Wolfe.
The celebs and residents of London not only enjoyed the amazing sound and light show but also crossed over to the dark side and and meddled in the dark arts – Sir Tom Jones, Wretch 32, VV Brown and Razorlight led 1,000s of Londoners in a remarkable toast for Guinness founder Arthur.
There was not a dry eye (or glass) at the event as they gathered to honour the great man behind the pint, Arthur Guinness. Cheers!
Here’s the show
And here’s the rest of the night
Men In Black 3 – Ben Medcalf and Richard Pryn
Both Ben Medcalf and Richard Pryn‘s bespoke compositions feature in the new Men In Black 3 trailer!
Watch the trailer here.