Tara Creme is an experienced composer with a distinctive voice. Many of her film projects — long and short fiction, documentary and animation — have earned success at festivals and been broadcast on major television networks. She is a graduate of UK’s National Film and Television School.
Tara has scored several features including recently: Seahorse (Grain Media/Glimmer Films/BBC Storyville) and My Friend the Polish Girl (Warsaw Pact films).
Television work includes Alexis, she’s my Brother (Tigerlily, Channel 4/A+E), Addicted to Love (Mentorn/BBC), Muslim School (Rise Films/Channel 4) and The Snowflake (Matthew Hood/S4C). Her track Tunnels was featured in BBC’s Our Girl.
She has scored numerous award-winning shorts, recently including Phyllida for Phyllida Barlow’s Royal Academy exhibition (Third Channel/Peacock Pictures/Hauser and Firth), Abdullah and Leilah (Resource Productions) and the Cannes Semaine de la Critiques winner, Crocodile (Life to Live). Her score for Cosima Spender’s short, Life and Death on Exmoor, won her a Mention Speciale du Jury at Poitiers Short Film Festival.
She specializes in recording with live musicians but has also written many electronic and sample-based scores and enjoys combining the two.
As a concert composer, Tara has written for small and large-scale ensembles and has scored four theatre productions.