Jeremy’s musical training started from a young age as Head Chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral and went on to study at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music, winning numerous prizes at both.

As a television and film composer, Jeremy’s most recent credits include composing the score for the feature film The Passing which won three 2016 BAFTA Cymru awards and for which Jeremy won the 2017 Music and Sound Award for Best Original Feature Film score, scoring the highly acclaimed BBC documentaries I Shot my Parents and North Korea: Murder in the Family and the score for the return of the BBC series, The League of Gentlemen. Jeremy was also the Music Consultant for the recent BBC adaptation of Les Miserables.

Previous scores for television include the BBC series Frankie and The Dumping Ground, the ITV film Doors Open and has won awards for his advertising campaigns including Phones 4U (winner of the 2012 Music and Sound award for Sound Design in Cinema Advertising) and scored the US campaign for Hertz.

Jeremy composed the score for Will Tuckett’s The Secret Garden which premiered in 2014 to critical acclaim and was reprised by the Sarasota Ballet in 2017. Also commissioned by the Sarasota Ballet was the Changing Light which premiered in 2012 and later reprised in 2017, choreographed by Will Tuckett.

Also in 2017, Jeremy continued his collaboration with the Docklands Sinfornia and was commissioned to compose The Caretaker’s Guide to the Orchestra. Jeremy was subsequently nominated for a British Composer Award in 2018 for his work.

As an orchestrator and conductor, recent work with Paul Englishby includes, Queens of Mystery, The Musketeers (Series 2 and 3 BBC), Witness for the Prosecution (BBC), Decline and Fall’ BBC), A Royal Night Out, and his work with Murray Gold including The Musketeer’s (BBC), Life Story (BBC), and Doctor Who (BBC).

The Caretaker's Guide to the Orchestra

St Anne's Limehouse (London, United Kingdom)

James Mayhew/Will Tuckett/Docklands Sinfonia/Spencer Down

Processional & Recessional

Used at 50 UCL graduations in March 2022

ExCel London, Royal Victoria Dock (London, United Kingdom)


There Is No Rose Of Such Virtue

Clifton Cathedral (Bristol, United Kingdom)

Clifton High School Choirs