Based in London, film and television composer Tim Morrish has scored films that have been in competition at Cannes Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, and BAFTA amongst others. After training at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama Tim went on to study at the prestigious National Film and Television School where he scored multi award-winning films.
His work includes scoring Leanne Welham’s debut BAFTA nominated feature PILI and Keep on Running as well as the three part BBC series The Ruth Ellis Files. He also scored Moin Hussain’s Real Gods Require Blood and Jac Clinch's The Alan Dimension both of which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, with The Alan Dimension going on to be nominated for a BAFTA. Outside his scoring work he is one half of the duo Vanbur who's debut EP has been featured on Spotify's 'The Most Beautiful Songs in the World' and 'Not Quite Classical' playlists.
Tim has been part of the music department on large studio projects including the BAFTA nominated Darkest Hour and Paddington 2 as well as writing additional music on the Golden Globe nomniated TNT/Netflix series The Alienist and the DC Universe film Aquaman.
In 2016 he co-founded Audium Post, an award winning sound and music postproduction company alongside Jessica Jones and Tom Jenkins. Since its inception, the company has worked on music and sound design for brands such as Nicorette, Reebok, Bose, Mercedes, Playstation and BMW.