Michael Walters is the Founder and Director at Storm Force Winds Ltd. He is a Fellow of the Worshipful Company of Musicians and holds a PhD in Composition and Psychology from the University of Leeds. He has also been awarded Fellowships in Composition from the Victoria, Trinity and London Colleges of Music. Michael's catalogue of concert music is published globally and he has been fortunate to receive three Royal Premieres (Regius Adventum 2006, Centuries 2010, Viginti 2014). His music has also been broadcast on the BBC Radio 3 Concert Series (Zygonic De/regeneration 2012, Seven Minutes of Contrarian Zygonicity 2013).
Now forging a career in production music, Michael recently composed the winning entry to the ThinkSpace Trailer Competition ('The Edge') and is the composer for the brand new comic series 'The Night of the Biplanes'; a homage to the heroes and heroines of World War 1. He has recently scored the animation 'Girl Upstairs' and provided the soundtracks to the Kamoon shorts 'Bragging Rights' & 'Mirror Mirror'. Michael is currently providing numerous tracks for the Paradox Interactive game 'Crusader Kings II' and has recently scored the Paternoster Productions short drama 'Red Hoodie' (Jan 17). He is also a regular contributor to a number of production music libraries in the UK and USA.
Film (Drama, Romance, Thriller and Short) Composer Now Tamara is fully recovered, she is ready to heal her relationship with her wife, Miri. However, Miri keeps her distance, and an attempt to get the truth out leads to painful accusations, confessions of guilt, and a violent confrontation that could open a deeper, more permanent wound.
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The Girl Upstairs
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Film (Drama) Composer The Wasteland. A mystery thriller set in the Derbyshire Dales. The story follows the journey of Laurence, a loner, a man with a hidden past, who arrives in a small village on the offer of work from a local farmer Frank. Taking the job of rebuilding a field boundary stonewall, Laurence becomes intrigued with the mysterious figure of Holly, the wife of Frank, whose own troubles, both with depression and possible mental domestic abuse lead Laurence on a new journey , a journey that after time, he wishes he had not begun. Written by Stuart Wheeldon
ThinkSpace Trailer Competition Winner
PhD in Composition
University of Leeds