Philip Sheppard is a film composer & producer specializing in soundtracks, theatre projects and stadium sized live events. Blog & news here…

Film Score Commissions: In the Shadow of the Moon, Sergio, Manhunt, Bobby Fischer Against the World, The Tillman Story, Love Marilyn, The Flaw, First Orbit

Musical collaborations:  UNKLE, Scott Walker, Queens of the Stone Age, Jeff Buckley, James Lavelle, David Bowie, Suzanne Vega, Grace Jones, Jimmy Page, Jarvis Cocker, These New Puritans, Pretty Lights.

Theatre Commissions: In-I starring – Juliette Binoche & Akram Khan, Sacred Monsters – starring Sylvie Guillem & Akram Khan, The Elephant Vanishes – Theatre de Complicité, Many – Ballets du Rhin & Thomas Noone

Live events: Beijing Olympics 2008 closing ceremony Music Director Handover Sequence, Beijing Paralympics 2008 closing ceremony, London Olympics 2012 medal ceremonies composer & producer, London Olympics 2012 Torch relay events, Oman National Day – pyrotechnics composer & show sound production, BBC3 Manchester Passion – composer & producer, Burj Khalifa New Year celebrations 2013 Musical Director & Producer, Sarabande at Paris Fashion week for Alexander McQueen

He is a virtuoso cellist and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music.


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  7. Mr. Sheppard, you would be my first choice to score a Superman story. The weight of your productions and the Midwestern strings would compliment both the visual style of Alex Ross and the the depth of narrative found in in an interpretation like Kingdom Come. I’m not even a comic fan, but the marriage would be incredible. Cheers

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