Julian and Edmund are the composers behind some of the most recognisable television series of recent years such as Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC), Long Lost Family (ITV) and Levison Wood’s Walking The Nile (Channel Four). They have worked together for the past 15 years on several hundred programmes developing a notably cinematic style of composition.
Recent scores include The Real Marigold Hotel, The Great War – The People’s Story (both BAFTA nominated) and Homestead Rescue (Season 1 and 2), for Discovery Channel USA. They are currently scoring their 11th series of the award winning current affairs programme Unreported World for Channel Four.
Julian trained at Musician’s Institute, Hollywood, Ca and The Los Angeles Music Academy, Ca. His career spans more than 20 years during which time he has co-written on landmark documentary series such as ‘Equator’ (BBC) and Dan Reed’s multi-award winning documentary ‘Terror in Moscow’ (HBO). Julian spent 5 years as Composer / Head of Music at Mentorn Media, London with responsibility for Factual, Entertainment and Drama output. Recent television scores include ’Diana and The Paparazzi,’ ‘Royal Stories,’ and ‘The Falklands War 1914.’
Edmund studied at Oxford University and the Royal College of Music where he trained under Academy Award winner Dario Marianelli. He is also established as a concert composer (music published by OUP, ABRSM and Stainer and Bell). He was nominated for an RTS Award for his score to ‘Elizabeth at 90’ and recent work includes the feature film ‘Revolution – a New Art for a New World’.