Your music. Exactly as you need it.
Nicholas Paul Simpson composes and produces music for film, television and other media, supplying the critical magic to bring an extra dimension to action on screen.
He composes in any style, producing the perfect music for your production.
Whether your production needs a full symphony orchestra, or to be recorded in our cutting-edge studio, we source the instruments and facilities.
We work hard to understand your needs, so that you get tracks that fit perfectly.
We compose and provide your music in any format, from an audio file to stems, a printed score and anything in between.
Nicholas Paul Simpson was born and raised in Luton, in the United Kingdom, and started learning piano from his father at the age of 3. Four years later, he wrote his first composition and, a short while after, was awarded a scholarship to the world-famous Royal Academy of Music, to study composition and piano. Further study included degrees at London and York universities, where he won numerous prizes and awards for composition, piano and conducting.
Nick was retained to provide scores for numerous independent short films, and later began an association with the BBC and ITV. This led to many orchestration engagements for both television and radio, including trails for the Proms and other concert series', and incidental music for the successful TV series "Where the Heart Is". In 1997, Nick was asked to orchestrate what was to become the Christmas No. 1 chart hit, Perfect Day, written by Lou Reed and performed by a stellar range of artists including Tom Jones, Elton John, David Bowie, Tammy Wynette, Courtney Pine and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Since then, Nick has had his compositions performed at the Barbican Hall, and has also continued to write scores for numerous productions for TV and Film. He uses both sample-based and live professional ensembles, and has received rave reviews for this work.