Paul won the 2012 Emmy award for his work on David Hare's film, PAGE EIGHT, he was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award, won back to back ASCAP Awards, as well as receiving critical acclaim for his work across various genres.
His recent scores include series three of transatlantic success LUTHER, the forthcoming musical feature film, SUNSHINE ON LEITH, the 60s Jazz influenced score to THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY, to be broadcast in october on BBC1, THE GUILTY, the harrowing tale of a missing child for ITV, and the smash-hit west end show THE AUDIENCE, starring HELEN MIRREN and directed by STEPHEN DALDRY.
Paul studied composition at Goldsmiths' College and at The Royal Academy of Music, where he received the Charles Lucas Prize. As well as his many scores for the screen, he has composed three large works for the Royal Opera House, and written many scores for the Royal Shakespeare Company, with whom he is an Associate Artist.
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