November 2018: Dark Mon£y

Sarah is currently scoring 4 part primetime Drama Series “Dark Mon£y’ (Dir. Lewis Arnold) for The Forge, which with transmit on BBC1 in Spring 2019.

October 2018: Catching a Killer, Can Cannabis Save Our Son?, Kids Behind Closed Doors, Busing.

In April, Catching a Killer was nominated for a BAFTA 2018 for Best Factual Series. In recent months, Sarah has been working on two Channel 4 documentary projects: ‘Can Cannabis Save Our Son?’ (dir. Erica Gornall) featuring Gogglebox’s Steph and Dom, and their son Max who will be one of the UK’s first adults to trial medicinal cannabis for the treatment epilepsy since the law was lifted this Summer; and ‘Kids Behind Closed Doors’ (Dir. Anna Hall) which gives first hand accounts from children living in households that have been threatened and continue to be threatened by domestic violence. Sarah is currently working on a 3 part documentary series ‘Busing’ (dir. Martin Fuller), for Channel 4 which explores the lack of racial integration in schools in the West Midlands. Teenagers from Tamworth Enterprise College and Saltley Academy  go on exchanges to each other’s schools to learn about each others’ beliefs, values and cultures.

March 2018: Humans 3, Girls on The Edge, Catching a Killer

Sarah is currently scoring the new series of the BAFTA nominated show ‘Humans’ (Series 3) for Kudos, Channel 4 / AMC. The new 8 part Drama is broadcasting later this year. Sarah has recently scored the primetime Documentary “Girls on The Edge’ for BBC2, as well as working on two short films, ‘Evie and ‘Home Girl’. The Channel 4 ‘Catching a Killer’ series she worked on last year (scoring 2 feature films in the series) has recently been nominated for the RTS Best Drama Series 2018.

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 ‘The Weekend’ 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

Episode One:   9pm, 9th December

Episode Two:   9pm, 16th December

Episode Three:   9pm, 23rd December

To listen to an extract of the soundtrack, click here

October 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.

March 2015: Recent work and Award nomination

This year, Sarah has been writing scores for Feature Fiction ‘Following Footsteps’, music for BBC’s ‘The Treasures of Ancient Greece’ (3x60 documentary episodes), BBC short dramas ‘Oakwood’ and ‘Is This Thing On?’, as well as commercials for Dove and Mark Farley.

She attends FIFA 2015 in Aubagne, France between 19th-22nd March as a guest of the festival, having been nominated in the Best Music category with the Film ‘Prick Thy Neighbour’ directed by Tara Fitzgerald (Game of Thrones)

August - November 2014: BBC and Underwire

Broadcast premiere on August 11th of Kate Adie’s Women of World War One (working title: Fighting on The Hone Front) on BBC2 at 9pm. Nominated at Underwire Festival for Best Music in a short Film (Callow and Sons).

March 2014: BBC

Sarah will be scoring her first BBC feature length Documentary in April-May 2014  - Fighting on The Home Front dir. David Vincent, presented by Kate Adie.

February 2014: International Award Win

Ting Li Lim and Sarah win the International Verna Fields Golden Reel Award 2014 (Los Angeles) for Best Sound and Music Editing in a Short Film, for their collective work on Robomax.

Watch Ting’s Acceptance Speech here:

November 2013: Award Ceremony

Sarah attends the Peer Raben Awards 2013 in Cologne, Germany, as one of 11 International finalists nominated for the Award - Best Music in a Short Film, representing The Magnificent Lion Boy

October 2013: International Award Nomination

Sarah has been nominated for the International Peer Raben Composer’s Award 2013 for Best Music in a Short Film, for her score for The Magnificent Lion Boy

June 2013: Sarah signs with Faber Music Ltd.

Sarah has signed a double management and publishing deal to join  Faber Music Media’s official roster of Film and Television Composers.

June 2013: The Magnificent Lion Boy joins Film Club UK

Jonathan Carr (the writer of The Magnificent Lion Boy) and Sarah joined Film Club UK at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival to talk about the film. You can watch the interview here:

May 2013: Press, great reviews and an Award for The Magnificent Lion Boy

The Magnificent Lion Boy is awarded Second Place for Best Student Animation at Palm Springs Short Fest 2013.

Some recent articles about the film:



Little White Lies:

Los Angeles Times:,0,497031.story

May 2013: Several projects hit the festival circuit

Vegas, directed by Lukasz Konopa had its World premiere at Hot Docs, Toronto (April 2013)

Robomax is to have its World Premiere at Anima Mundi, Sao Paulo (August 2013)

Charlie Says is to have its World premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival (June 2013)

The Magnificent Lion Boy is to have its American premiere at Palm Springs Short Fest, LA (June 2013) and its UK premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival (June 2013)

April 2013: The Magnificent Lion Boy roars into Cannes and beyond

The Magnificent Lion Boy directed by Ana Caro, with music from Sarah, received its World premiere as the only UK short film to be selected into the Cinefondation Award Category at the 66th Festival de Cannes. The film stars the voices of Hugh Bonneville and Andy Serkis.

February 2012: Geometrical Illusions Installation

Installation Artist Rupert Newman and Sarah showcase their latest installation - Geometric Illusions at The Crate, just off Portobello Road in Notting Hill.

November 2011: YPCF at The Roundhouse

The Young Person’s Concert Foundation perform Sarah’s arrangement of John Williams’ Raiders of The Lost Ark at The Roundhouse.

October 2010: Thoughts of Mali Installation

Installation Artist Rupert Newman and Sarah showcase their latest installation - Thoughts of Mali at The Cobden Club in London.

July 2010: Ambient Textiles - An Interactive Installation

Installation Artist Rupert Newman and Sarah showcase their first interactive installation - Ambient Textiles at The Royal College of Art in London. The Installation uses Max/Msp software and bluetooth controllers to create interactive visuals and sound for the audience.

June 2010: Barbican Surreal House Exhibition

Two Installations for which Sarah composed the music - Through The Door and Out The Window are performed in The Barbican Pit Theatre as Part of the Barbican’s Surreal House Exhibition 2010.

February 2010: London Fashion Week

Kathryn Ferguson's Fashion film showcasing Katie Eary’s Autumn/Winter Menswear Collection, for which Sarah composed the music, premieres at Somerset House as Part of London Fashion Week 2010.