LO: I've written music for the BBC, Toyota, O2, Stella Artois, Sipsmith, The Beano, Multiplex, Historic Royal Palaces and the V&A Museum. I've also provided music and sound design for critically-lauded multimedia theatre company 1927.
My film credits include the Sundance Film Festival official selection White Morning, which earned me two award nominations at SoundTrack Cologne Festival. I've produced music and sound design for productions at London's Young Vic and Trafalgar Studios theatres, and was nominated for Best Theatre Sound at the ProSound Awards for my work on 1927's Golem.
For full info, please visit: www.laurenceowen.co.uk
Alongside this, I also produce my own albums. I've released three standalone albums, three soundtracks to our past shows, and a raft of singles and EPs.
My latest album Genre Fiction comprises 11 short instrumental pieces, each of which serves as the theme music to a different fictitious TV programme. As you listen, imagine David Attenborough examining a coral reef, Neil deGrasse Tyson contemplating nebulae, or Kevin McCloud philosophising about parquet flooring.
When I'm not behind my composing desk, I sing and play guitar or bass in a number of bands, including acoustic vintage soul, jazz and rock'n'roll quartet Wandering Soul.
"Fun and spontaneous, soulful and swinging, Wandering Soul's vintage doo-wop, soul, jazz and rock'n'roll vibes are guaranteed to get your toes tapping. This sharp-dressed 4-piece band (whose collective performing credits include Taylor Swift, Seal, Dr John, Cilla Black and BGT's Jess Robinson) plays a wide range of original songs, scorching classics of the 1950s and 60s, and imaginative vintage reworkings of modern hits."
For full info, please visit: www.wanderingsoulband.com