Adam Lewis

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Adam Lewis (also known as Mr Ronz) is a composer and producer, originally from Tonyrefail, South Wales, but now based in London.

Lewis has scored several short films and theatre productions, but is best known for writing the main theme from controversial brit-flick Kidulthood. In 2008 he appeared in Kneehigh Theatre's critically acclaimed version of Brief Encounter in London's West End. Lewis collaborated with Andy Price on all 8 seasons of Law & Order: UK for ITV. His provided music and soundscapes for The Well, a four-part horror series for the BBC by controversial author Melvin Burgess. He also scored Noel Clarke's feature 4.3.2.1 with Barnaby Robson.

In 2010 Lewis was announced as the composer on the 1st series of the BBC Wales production Baker Boys starring Eve Myles. In 2011 he was announced as the composer on Noel Clarke's new feature film The Knot and also began work on the second series of Baker Boys for BBC Wales.

On 30 September 2012 Adam won BAFTA Cymru award for his original music on series 1 of Baker Boys for BBC Wales.

Adam is also currently working as a producer and co-writer under the name Mr Ronz as one half of Folk/Blues/Americana duo Days Are Done with singer/songwriter Emmy-Lou Kay.

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