Stephanie Taylor is a versatile, highly creative composer and multi-instrumentalist, whose work has attracted a number of high profile clients in the world of TV, Film and Games.
She studied as an undergraduate in music at Paul McCartney's LIPA, earned a masters degree at the prestigious NFTS, and received a 'Best Composer' nomination for the short, 'Cycle' at Underwire Film Festival.
The short ‘Three Women Wait For Death’ (directed by Isabelle Sieb and written by BAFTA-nominated writer Nat Luurtsema) won the Chris Collins Best of British Live Action award at the Oscar and BAFTA-qualifying Encounters Film Festival 2016. It was also long-listed for the Best British Short Film BAFTA 2017.
Stephanie has composed music for various projects for Film & TV, such as BAFTA- winning series 'Grand Designs' (C4), 'House of the Year' (C4), and more recently 'Megan and Harry: 100 Days Married' (C5). In 2018 she was the composer for the game 'Misfolded', and joined the team to showcase this at EGX18.
Most recently she's written the music for MUJO Games' new app game, 'Probably Pinball' and currently working with Freesphere Entertainment's new app game, 'The Life of Max'.