• Errol Morris Film


    Paul’s just signed on to score the new film by Academy Award-winning director Errol Morris (Fog of War, The Unknown Known, The Thin Blue Line).

    Previously Paul’s work has featured heavily on Morris’ series 'It’s Not Crazy, It’s Sports’ for ESPN - a series of 5 films about unusual sports fans - and on Errol’s film about Nobel prize winner Lymah Gbowee.

    More to follow…

  • Amateurs in Space


    Paul is composing the score for a new film from the Danish Film Institute about two independent astronauts, Peter Madsen and Kristian von Bengtson, and their plan to launch a rocket into outer space on their own accord. Directed by Max Kestner (Max by Chance, Blue Collar White Christmas), the film will track the progress of the amateur spacemen in their aim to man a rocket into space using only materials and finance they have acquired themselves.

    More info on the film can be found here:

  • James Plays Album Release


    The National Theatre’s worldwide tour of The James Plays have concluded their Australian and North America legs at the Luminato Festival in Toronto ( This follows on from their sold-out 2014 UK premiere run, with over 88,000 people attending the performances at the Olivier Theatre in London. Paul reworked his score for James 1 and James 2 for the run.

    The soundtrack is now available to buy on iTunes

  • Limitless Finale


    After 22 episodes, Limitless reached its conclusion with a gripping 2-part finale on CBS last night, with Brian facing a multitude of NZT-powered foes. Limitless is executive-produced by Bradley Cooper and Neil Burger, starring Jake McDorman (American Sniper, Greek) as Brian Finch, a slacker who is recruited by the FBI after he discovers that a drug called NZT can give him access to 100% of his brain function.

    Paul scored the worldwide number 1 box office film of the same name in 2011, directed by Neil Burger, starring Bradley Cooper.

    Limitless reaches its conclusion in the UK in the second week of July on Sky 1.

  • Paul Wins ASCAP Screen Music Award


    Paul won an American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) award for his soundtrack to Limitless (CBS). The award ceremony at The Beverley Hills Hilton honoured a host of composers including Hans Zimmer (Interstellar), Timbaland (Empire) and Fellow Scottish composer Craig Armstrong, who picked up the Henry Mancini Award.

    Limitless, produced by Bradley Cooper, is currently airing on CBS in the US, Sky 1 in the UK and 18 countries worldwide. It features Jake McDorman (American Sniper) as lead character Brian Finch, an average 28-year old man that gains the ability to use the full extent of his brain's capabilities and is hired by the FBI as a consultant.  Paul also scored the Worldwide No. 1 feature film of the same name in 2011.

  • Murder


    After picking up a BAFTA for its debut in 2012, Murder is back in a three-part format, with the Guardian calling it “unmissable drama - one of the most original shows ever”. The first film is once again directed by The Killing's acclaimed creator Birger Larsen.

    The third film is directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (Sundance winners for the Nick Drake film 20000 Days On Earth). Paul’s scoring all three films.