Biography EWAN CLARK (MMus RCM)

Ewan Clark is an award-winning film composer and orchestrator based in Wellington, New Zealand. As an orchestrator, Ewan’s recent projects include Tim Prebble's score for the feature film One Thousand Ropes, which won Best Original Music in a Film at the 2017 APRA Silver Scrolls. He also orchestrated David Long’s score for Beyond the Edge, which was nominated for the same award in 2014. As a composer, Ewan has scored the feature length docudrama Doubt: The Scott Watson Case (TVNZ1), the feature film Hotspot: Log in At Own Risk, and numerous short films and documentaries that have screened at film festivals around the globe. A recent highlight was collaborating with composer Rhian Sheehan to co-compose the score for Zoe McIntosh's short The World In Your Window. This film has won various awards, including best fiction short at the Melbourne International Film Festival. Further details of these various projects may be found on the "credits" page of this site, or at imdb.com.
Ewan’s compositions and orchestrations have been performed in concert by the Philharmonia Orchestra (London), Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Auckland Symphony Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and Baroque Voices.
Ewan holds an MMus in Composition for Screen (Distinction) from the Royal College of Music, graduating in 2012.
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