"Ewan is absolutely professional, dedicated and amazingly talented. Best of all, he was deeply interested and involved in the story so he hit all the right beats!"
"Ewan is a consummate professional who delivers top notch work - and has that rare quality of making it all seem effortless."
"Ewan is a director's delight. Despite the distance between us, he manages to conjure up refreshing and apt music for my documentaries."
“Ewan’s interpretation of a scene is spot on while taking into account what the director is looking for. I couldn’t ask for a better collaborator.”
"Ewan Clark's film music is out of this world!"
"It was so easy to work with Ewan, sometimes I thought he could read my mind."
"I had a wonderful experience working with Ewan. Every note matched the story I was trying to tell."
"Ewan's music helped our film to leap effortlessly between the various genres it parodied. A nice bloke too!"
"It’s clear that Ewan can successfully underpin a film’s emotion with his music, without overpowering the story on screen."
"My film would be soulless without Ewan's evocative music. He was the maestro who knew what I wanted to say in music. Brilliant!"
"The emotional value of my film was significantly increased by Ewan's score. His exhaustive work ethic and infallible patience make him a pleasure to work with."
"The process from concept to final recording was smooth and ideal, the best I could wish for as a director. Ewan brought to our film the balance required."
"Gethemane... reveals a natural feel for neo-romanticism; a completely absorbed marriage of feelings and formality that has the emotional depth of Górecki, and even Kanceli... surpassingly beautiful"
"Ewan's the most hardworking and versatile composer I've met. He offered one solution after another until I was completely satisfied."
"Ewan is versatile, professional and never afraid to ask questions. It is a privilege to have his involvement."
“Ewan’s work added a new dimension to my film which heightened the story’s emotional impact and connection with the viewer.”