Juliet is an emerging composer who has written for television, film and online platforms. She is signed with EMI, Finger Music and Motus Music and her music can be seen on BBC, CBBC, ITV and various international short films. Her style can be described as a hybrid of the traditional classical genre fused with a modern electronic twist, however she can prove that she is adept in writing in a wide variety of genres. She is a classically trained pianist and achieved grade 8 piano ABRSM by the age of 16 and went on to perform professionally. She can now be found in venues all over London playing in a wide variety of styles from jazz to neo-classical improvisation.
Her recent TV credits include Country File (BBC), Horrible Histories (CBBC) and Jeremy Kyle (ITV). She also created the audio logo for InCrowd in the USA that has an international online platform.
She has worked with a variety of filmmakers and has been recently commissioned her for the feature film Bathroom by Hansal Mehta. Her short film scores include: Glove (dir. Joel Court), Bad Wolves (dir. Robert Barron), A Bad Summer (dir. Samiira Garane), Fill The Silence (dir. Brock Elwick), The Last of ‘43 (dir. Ibad Shaikh), Dissociation (dir. Jenny Collins) and The Inevitable (dir. Ibad Shaikh), which was shortlisted for the BFI short film selection.
Juliet was the musical director for Company by Stephen Sondheim (dir. Beth Graham) and Обыкновенное Чудо by Evgenii Shvartz (dir. Chrisanthi Symeonidou). She is also a multi-instrumentalist who plays the violin and accordion. Owing to a multi-cultural musical background that scales each musical era, she is comfortable playing and composing in a variety of genres including: classical solo and orchestral, soundtrack, electronic, ambient, neo-classical, jazz traditional Indian music, ethnic eastern European music, medieval and ancient music.
Enough of the shameless boasting, listen for yourself on the corresponding pages or see her full SoundCloud profile.