Samuel Sim first gained recognition as one of Britain’s finest young composers with his award winning score for the BBC drama series: ‘Dunkirk’.

Since then he has written the music for a wide variety of highly acclaimed film and television productions, most recently scoring the film ‘Awake’ for the Weinstein Company, and the BBC/HBO drama series: ‘House Of Saddam’.

Samuel took to writing music from a young age. While classically trained on the violin and concert harp, he also played the guitar in a number of bands while he was growing up. He was sixteen when he was first introduced to the late film composer Michael Kamen, who encouraged him to start writing music to picture. Samuel went on to collaborate with Kamen, who mentored many of his early scores.

Samuel lives in London, and works out of Goldust Studios.