Scott Twynholm •

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Scott Twynholm is a Scottish composer and musician who first came to prominence as a member of the Scottish band Looper.

With a focus on melody and sonic texture, his solo work spans the worlds of contemporary classical and experimental electronic composition.

Twynholm, a perceptive and subtle story-teller, also works as a composer for film and dance.

Recent releases include the soundtrack to the documentary on artist and writer Alasdair Gray and an extended dance work, In the Ink Dark, for choreographer Luke Pell. In 2018 he also scored Make Me Up, the first feature film by multi-media artist Rachel Maclean.

Current work in 2020 includes the score to feature surfing documentary Ride the Wave for Urbancroft Films and a solo album, Piano Textura, a series of textural piano compositions.

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— Credits

FILM

• Ride the Wave (2021)
Feature Documentary for Urbancroft Films

• Myrtle (2021)
Drama short directed by Patricia McCormack

• Getting Close (2020)
Drama short for BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine

• Orin and Anto (2020)
Drama short directed by Michael Achtman

• Make Me Up (2018)
Feature film directed by Rachel Maclean for BBC Arts and The National Gallery

• The Hide (2017)
Drama short directed by Gaynor Macfarlane

• Groucho (2016)
Drama short directed by Jonathan Carr

• A Love Divided (2014)
Drama short directed by Ian Bustard

• Marty Goes To Hollywood (2014)
1hr documentary for BBC Scotland

• IBM (2014)
TV Commercial

• Alasdair Gray: A Life in Progress (2014)
Feature documentary directed by Kevin Cameron for Hopscotch Films and BBC Scotland

• My Brother The Ark Raider (2013)
1hr documentary directed by Jonathan Carr for BBC Alba

• Get Luder (2010)
Documentary short directed by Jonathan Carr for Scottish Documentary Institute

• Parliamo Glasgow (2009)
Drama short directed by Hope Dixon Leach for Channel 4

STAGE

• Purposeless Movements (2019)
Edinburgh International Festival

• Tetra-Decathlon (2018)
Edinburgh Fringe Festival

• In The Ink Dark (2017)
LeithLate

• Our Fathers (2017)
Traverse Theatre

• The Majority (2017)
The National Theatre

• Hedda Gabler (2017)
Northern Stage

• Hope Is The Thing With Feathers (2017)
Newton’s Ladder / BalletLORENT

• Purposeless Movements (2016)
Birds of Paradise, Tramway

• Denton and Me (2015)
Edinburgh Fringe Festival

• Love Struck (2015)
BalletLORENT

• The Gamblers (2014)
Dundee Rep

• Catch 22 (2014)
Norhtern Stage

• If These Spasms Could Speak (2013)
Edinburgh Fringe Festival

• Far Away (2013)
Citizens Theatre

• Good With People (2013)
Paines Plough

• Girl X (2011)
National Theatre od Scotland