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About Kim

Kim is an accomplished composer with a wide experience of writing music for film, television, theatre, multimedia and concert stage. His work includes scores for feature films, short films, documentaries and television, as well as pieces for multi-media, Internet and live performance.

Credits

  • From Earth

    From Earth (2015)
    Film (short) by Tobias Tobbell (Drama and Sci-Fi) Composer In 2038 a habitable planet was discovered using portal technology. Ten years on, and Earth's leaders are still squabbling over how the planet should be divided. Until a decision has been made no one is permitted to travel there. That hasn't stopped people from trying.

  • Looking for Vi

    Looking for Vi (2014)
    Film (short) by David Maybrick (Drama) Composer Our story opens with Julia (Laura Glover) on her way to collect the very last autograph she needs; that of actress Evelyn Hawthorn (Josie Lawrence), only then will she be able to rest easy having collected the autographs of every actor to appear in the popular soap opera Jubilee Road. This self-imposed mission is something she is doing to honor the memory of her father who died when she was 9 years old. Evelyn played the gutsy, hot-blooded charwoman Vi Cardle in Jubilee Road. A character whose life and loves were the stuff of gossip and scorn on the street. A strong woman who attracted men and inspired women to jealousy, and whose happiness was only ever paper thin. Now 86 and in a care home on the South Coast, Evelyn is bitter about her past career, she has no time for Vi Cardle, Jubilee Road or for autograph hunters! Written by Toni Staples

  • Microbirth

    Microbirth (2014)
    Film by Alex Wakeford (Documentary) Composer Winner of Grand Prix Award at 2014 Life Sciences Film Festival. A documentary on the latest research on the origins of the microbiome; how microscopic events during childbirth have lifelong consequences for the health of our children.

  • Freedom for Birth

    Freedom for Birth (2012)
    Film by Alex Wakeford (Documentary) Composer A documentary that re-frames Human Rights issues as the most pressing issue in childbirth today; calling for radical change to the world's maternity systems - this is the Mothers' Revolution.

  • The Wish

    The Wish (2012)
    Film by Marcel Mandu (Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Music department A dark and atmospheric twisting film with just a touch of horror, about a man who is thrown in to a new dimension of isolation between light and shadow, where there are no exits, where fear replaces knowledge and science, where he must fight his imagination and his thoughts, to find a way back to the real world. Written by Anonymous

  • Blue Eyed Son

    Blue Eyed Son (2010)
    Film (short) by David Maybrick (Drama) Composer When the madness of an ill-conceived war in a far away country becomes more than Billy can handle, he runs away from his military unit to return to the only safe place he's ever known, his ex-girlfriend, Sara. She knows he's coming. And she's worried. Written by Anonymous

  • Trouble Brewing

    Trouble Brewing (2010)
    Film (short) by Andrew Bullas (Comedy) Composer A confrontation over a teabag leads a young traffic warden to question his choice of career.

  • Doula! The Ultimate Birth Companion

    Doula! The Ultimate Birth Companion (2010)
    Video by Toni Harman (Documentary) Composer, Music department Birth and postpartum doulas: a documentary capturing the non-medical but emotional support given to mothers before, during and after childbirth. Three doula-supported births in close up detail, plus the work of postpartum doulas. The DVD contains two sections: BIRTH DOULA: (50 mins) A film showing three doula supported births; two home water births and video diary footage shot by the parents of another doula-supported birth that progresses to a hospital c-section. POSTPARTUM DOULA: (10 mins) A film following two postpartum doulas helping new mums in those very special first few weeks of life with a newborn baby. Written by Anonymous

  • Real Birth Stories

    Real Birth Stories (2009)
    Video by Toni Harman (Documentary) Composer, Music department Five couples who met at an antenatal class tell their "warts-and-all" honest, funny, highly emotional stories of pregnancy, birth and the first few weeks. This is everything you wanted to know about birth but were afraid to ask! By parents, for parents, REAL BIRTH STORIES is not an instruction manual or a text book. These personal honest stories scale the highs of lows of having a baby. The stories chart every step of life's most incredible journey from conceiving to becoming a new parent. Honest, funny, heartfelt and surprising, these stories will help expectant parents prepare for the amazing journey ahead. Written by Toni Harman

  • Credo

    Credo (2008)
    Film by Toni Harman (Horror) Composer, Music department A modern supernatural horror film that explores the dark side of the human psyche, and the terror in facing up to one's darkest fears. Set in London, England, the film begins with a group of theological students who decide to test their faith by proving the existence of Hell. Following their ritualistic summoning of a demon, the students are all found dead, apparently by suicide. Years later, a group of five final-year students are evicted from their student digs and break into the now abandoned Catholic halls of residence for the weekend, only to discover that they're not alone. Written by dobbinnian

  • In the Tent

    In the Tent (2008)
    Film (short) by Momoko Abe (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Composer A short film about a young man who has run away from home, work and himself.

  • The Sportsman

    The Sportsman (2003)
    Film (short) by Andrew Bullas (Comedy) Composer Norwegian ski pioneer Sondre Norheim's patience and ingenuity are put to the test in his bedroom!

  • Pink Pumpkins at Dawn

    Pink Pumpkins at Dawn (1998)
    Video by Rick Onorato (Drama) Composer One erratic gunshot into the bleak New England woods pushes Brian toward an unexpected confrontation with Melanie, the woman next door. After the tragic death of his father, Brian's rebellious and angry thoughts have been ricocheting between murder and suicide. But one impulsive, destructive act leads Bryan into the calming pumpkin patch of Melanie, an elegant suburban housewife who just may be the balm needed to calm the troubled young man. Written by Rick Onorato

  • Still Crazy

    Still Crazy (1998)
    Film by Brian Gibson (Comedy, Drama, Music and Romance) Music department "Strange Fruit" had everything that makes a legendary rockband: Money, Fame, Success, Groupies, a Singer who died of drugs and even a divine ending, when lightning struck the stage during an open-air. Twenty years later, all band members are minding their own businesses, the idea of a band reunion is brought up by, well, public request. Tony, the former keyboard player, sets out only to find his former friends working as a roofer, a gardener and a hotel clerk. They all became rather everyday people, married or still single, they definitely are not wild and crazy anymore. But with the help of former manager Karen, who is still dreaming of Brian, the apparently deceased lead guitarist, they all, old, fat and wrinkled as they are, try to catch that spirit again. Written by chijim222@yahoo.com

  • Skinflick

    Skinflick (1996)
    Film (short) by Giorgos Siougas Composer

  • The Method

    The Method (1995)
    Film (short) by Rick Onorato (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Composer, Music department, Sound department

  • B Movie Status

    B Movie Status (1995)
    Film (short) by Giorgos Siougas (Horror) Composer Mark the Editor faces his demons whilst editing a B-Movie horror picture. Having to deal with both his director and ruthless "Lucky the Leper", a character from his film, he gradually loses his girlfriend, his way and, finally, his mind.

Education

  • London Film School (London, UK)
    (1997-1999)

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