Television and Film Music
Genuine, original, inspired scoring.
Music placements: Chrisley Knows Best, Revenge, Llangollen, Web of Lies, Timewatch, and more.
Past credits (as composer): Time Exposures (26 episode family drama), Sail TV (26 episode international travel show), Nice Fish (many seasons of Canadian fishing series), The Naughty Bits (six part series about body parts), BC Legislature (all theme music for broadcasts of the British Columbia legislative assembly), Crimestoppers (theme).
2017 - Five-part wildlife documentary series, "The Wild Canadian Year" for The Nature of Things on CBC, aired Fall 2017.
Score recorded by Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. WATCH
2015 - Ghost Bear Family (BBC) / Ghost Bear (Worldwide release) / Spirit Bear Family (CBC): A one-hour wildlife documentary.
2014 - Wild Canada: four-episode series co-scored with UK composer Barnaby Taylor for Eden Channel UK and CBC.
Narrated by David Attenborough. Score recorded by Bratislava Symphony.
2014 - The Breach - feature-length investigative documentary, co-scored with David Parfit. " ...a trail of human hubris, historical amnesia and potential tragedy looming in Alaska – all conspiring to end the most sustainable wild food left on the planet."
2013 - How to Be a Wild Elephant: Documentary for CBC's The Nature of Things about elephants in Kenya.
2012 - Wolves and Buffalo (Aka A Wolf Called Storm / The Buffalo Wolves / Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo):
Produced for BBC's The Natural World, BBC World, CBC’s The Nature Of Things, and PBS (Wnet).
2011 - The Whale: Theatrical feature-length documentary release, executive producers Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds.
Narrated by Ryan Reynolds. Co-composed with David Parfit.
The Last Grizzly of Paradise Valley: Hour-length wildlife documentary for BBC Natural History and CBC The Nature of Things.
Darwin’s Brave New World: International coproduction of 3x60 documentary mini-series premiered on CBC, ABC (Australia), NZ, and in Germany.
Captain Cook, Obsession and Discovery: International coproduction of 4X60 documentary mini-series premiered History Channel Canada, Prime (New Zealand), and ABC (Australia).
Rainwolves, (2003) and related west coast doc film projects, with the late Twyla Roscovitch. (https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xrnley)
Dozens of earlier information, corporate, and documentary film projects for British Columbia films and clients