London-based Tara Creme is an award-winning composer for film and television and theatre across a diverse range of award-winning work.  She studied Screen Music at the National Film and Television School.

Recent film work includes the short fiction films Abdullah and Leilah and Crocodile and she is currently scoring a feature My Friend the Polish Girl.  She won a Mention Speciale du Jury at Poitiers Film Festival for her soundtrack to the documentary Life and Death on Exmoor by Cosima Spender. Many of the films she has scored have won awards and been broadcast on major television networks. She works with live musicians and has also written many electronic and sample-based scores, often combining the two.

She composed the music and sound design for the play Something Somatic, written by Simon Turley and directed by Jeff Teare for TheatreScience, People are Messy by Theatre of Debate as co-composer, and for Two More Fingers produced by Wet Arts Company. She has also created several music/visual art crossover pieces.

She specialised in music composition on her Contemporary Arts degree at Nottingham Trent University, studying with Jeremy Peyton-Jones. On leaving she co-formed Nottingham Composers with several fellow music graduates, producing several large-scale concerts of their work.

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