Paul Mottram

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Paul Mottram is a Composer, Arranger and Orchestrator of music for film and television, and also currently writes production music for Audio Network.[1][2]

Commissioned music credits include Bank Of Dave, Kirstie's Handmade Britain (Channel 4), Vic Reeves Rogues Gallery (Discovery, BBC Three) and People Like Us (BBC Two). His music has also featured on numerous productions including the films Bad Santa, The Bee Movie and television programmes such as Panorama, Horizon, Newsnight, QI, Doctor Who, Who Do You Think You Are?, The Restaurant, The Gadget Show, Coast, Hollyoaks and television commercials for companies such as Barclays, JVC, Pizza Hut, Rover, Renault, Hitachi.

He has also been heavily involved in the restoration and re-recording of William Walton and Malcolm Arnold’s "lost" film scores of the 1940s and 1950s.[citation needed]

He is one of the founding shareholders in Audio Network PLC where he acts as a music consultant.[1]

One of his pieces includes Pious Reflection which has been noted to be one of the best contemporary choral pieces out there.


External links[edit]

Official website Template:Pious Reflection