- 1. The Dawn - Opening Titles 1.21 145 plays
- 2. Forest (with J.McKenzie) - Abbey Road Studios, conducted by Ron Goodwin 3.58 142 plays
- 3. African Choir (featuring the Jabalando Brothers, Zambia) - Incidental Music 1.43 236 plays
- 4. Climb With Me - (featuring Harry White, violin) - Incidental Music 3.47 51 plays
- 5. MeTA film theme - World Health Assembly, Geneva 2.13 119 plays
- 6. Paper Aeroplane (Performed by Matt Poulton & KT Tunstall, Sony Music) 1.36 312 plays
- 7. Kidnapped and Drugged for Family Honour - BBC series (2013) 2.16 69 plays
- 8. Here Always - BBC incidental music 2.07 111 plays
- 9. Valcesca - Abbey Road Studios session, conducted by Ron Goodwin 3.32 89 plays
- 10. Chase - Incidental music 1.51 52 plays
- 11. Carnac - Incidental music 2.01 93 plays
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Matt studied composition at the London College of Music, and in 1997 won the prestigious Howard Goodall Award for Film and Television Composition. He has been commissioned to compose and produce a variety of scores for BBC TV & radio, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
His film work includes writing, orchestrating and conducting the cinematic score for the feature film Monarch. He has also composed a series of orchestral suites, ten of which were recorded at Abbey Road Studios and conducted by iconic British film composer Ron Goodwin (Battle of Britain, Where Eagles Dare, Hitchcock's Frenzy, etc.).
Alongside TV and film work, Matt has co-written and produced music with recording artists including Brit Award winner and Grammy nominee, KT Tunstall.
Recent commissions include composing the score for Kidnapped and Drugged for Family Honour, a primetime BBC documentary series broadcast in 2013.