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March 2017: She’s French, Catching a Killer, A Killing in My Family

The Feature Documentary ‘A Killing in My Family’ broadcast to great acclaim on Channel 4 on March 8th.  Meanwhile Sarah is scoring 2 feature documentaries - ‘She’s French’ for Chalfont productions and ‘Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming’ for BAFTA nominated director Anna Hall (Behind Closed Doors) with True Vision for Channel 4.


January 2017: HUMANS, Cinematic Vocals, HP

After the broadcast premiere of HUMANS 2.0 on Channel 4 (UK) on 30th October 2016, the show will be premiered in America and Canada on AMC on February 13th 2017. Sarah recently scored a commercial for Hewlett Packard advertising the launch of their App Sound in Colour, and is currently developing an Cinematic Vocals album with EMI.


July 2016: HUMANS, National Youth Theatre and Rupert Newman

Sarah has been commissioned to score the Second Season of BAFTA nominated drama series HUMANS with Kudos for broadcast on Channel 4 and AMC later this year. Other work this year has included two plays for The National Youth Theatre  - Ripple by Monsay Whitney and Besiged by Aisha Zia, which premiered at The Arcola in June 2016. She has also been working on Feature Documentary ‘A Killing in My Family’ for Channel 4, and creating sound and music for several light installations with Rupert Newman including in Cortina, Itlay (April) and Vaux le Vicomte, France (May). Meanwhile Prey premiered on BBC America in February this year.


December 2015: Broadcast premiere of PREY









November 2015: Recent work including ITV and Magnum

Sarah has just finished scoring Series II of BAFTA nominated drama ‘Prey’, written by Chris Lunt and directed by Lewis Arnold. The show premieres on ITV1 this December. Sarah has also written the music for a Xavier Dolan commissioned short dance film ‘Kai’ for Magnum Ice-creams, Vice and i-D, directed by Andrew Cumming. Sarah also saw her sound work premiered at The RSA this May as part of The Seven Dimensions of Climate Change Event. She also continues to work on various short and independent films.




    Sarah's beautiful and haunting score for The Magnificent Lion Boy helps lift the animation to another level. As all good film music does, it supports the narrative without being intrusive and enriches the mood without dictating the viewer's experience.       Hugh Bonneville, Actor

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Episode One:   9pm, 9th December

Episode Two:   9pm, 16th December

Episode Three:   9pm, 23rd December


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Sarah is a London based Film and TV composer. Her most recent work includes 2 films for documentary series Catching a Killer, drama series ‘HUMANS 2.0’ (Kudos, C4, AMC),  ‘Prey’ (ITV), ‘Ripple’ and ‘Besieged’ (NYT), and The Treasures of Ancient Greece (BBC 4).

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Short Showreel 2016