Composer, Sound Designer
Edward studied Music at Oxford University and subsequently trained as a composer and sound designer at the Bournemouth Media School. He works in theatre, film, television and radio. He has been nominated for several Off West End Theatre Awards, and films he has worked on have won several awards at the LA International Film Festival and Filmstock International Film Festival.
Recent theatre includes: Notes on Grief (Manchester International Festival); A Christmas Carol (Wilton’s Music Hall); The Canterville Ghost (Unicorn Theatre); Two Trains Running (Royal & Derngate); Cash Cow, Everyday I Make Greatness Happen (Hampstead Theatre); Killer Joe (Trafalgar Studios); Table (New Vic Theatre); The War Has Not Yet Started (Theatre Royal Plymouth); The Best Man (West End); Box Of Delights (Wilton’s); Broken Glass (Watford Palace); Remarkable Invisible (Theatre By The Lake); Alligators (Hampstead Theatre); The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Donmar Warehouse); Platinum (Hampstead Theatre); Unfaithful (Found 111); The Vertical Hour (Theatre by the Lake); Bug (Found 111); The Dazzle (Found 111); Baddies the Musical (Unicorn Theatre); Breaking the Ice (Unicorn Theatre); Chef (Soho Theatre); Abigail’s Party (Leicester Curve); Hannah (Unicorn Theatre); The Cement Garden (VAULT Festival); The Speed Twins (Riverside Studios); Eugenie Grandet (Hartshorn-Hook Productions); Cuddles (Oval House Theatre); Molly Sweeney (The Print Room/Lyric); Ignorance (Hampstead Theatre); Gravity (Birmingham Rep Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Almeida); Thom Pain (Print Room); On The Rocks, Amongst Friends and Darker Shores (Hampstead Theatre); Slowly, Hurts Given and Received and Apple Pie (Riverside Studios); Measure For Measure (Cardiff Sherman); Emo (Bristol Old Vic and Young Vic; Once Upon A Time in Wigan and 65 Miles (Paines Plough / Hull Truck Theatre); Krapp’s Last Tape and Spoonface Steinberg (Hull Truck); The Shallow End (Southwark Playhouse); I Am Falling (Sadler’s Wells & The Gate, Notting Hill); Orpheus and Eurydice and Quartet (Old Vic Tunnels); The Beloved (The Bush); The Stronger, The Pariah, Boy With A Suitcase, Walking The Tightrope, Le Marriage and Meetings (The Arcola); Hedda and Breathing Irregular (The Gate, Notting Hill); Madness In Valencia (Trafalgar Studios); The Madness Of George III, Kalagora and Macbeth (National Tours); Othello (Rose Theatre, Bankside); Knives In Hens (Battersea Arts Centre); Personal Enemy (White Bear & New York); Accolade, Rigor Mortis, Fog, Don Juan Comes Back From The War, Perchance To Dream, Drama At Inish, In The Blood, The December Man, Beating Heart Cadaver, Blue Surge, The American Clock, His Greatness, Portraits and Mirror Teeth (Finborough Theatre); as well as on the Arden Project for the Old Vic and the Vibrant season at the Finborough Theatre.