Paul Cuddeford is a composer with over fifteen years experience in producing music for television and film.
Based in his north London studio, Paul utilises a wide variety of real instruments and state-of-the-art recording technology to produce music with high production values. His music can regularly be heard across all the major broadcasters in the UK and around the world.
He began his career as an assistant engineer at the legendary Ridge Farm Studios and then spent several years in the US playing guitar with Rick Dufay (ex-Aerosmith). Paul has since played guitar with a variety of acts including Sir Tom Jones, Sir Bob Geldof, Ian Hunter, Robin Gibb, Natalie Imbruglia, McFly, Cat Stevens and Paul Young. He has just returned from performing David Bowie’s ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ album with the original producer Tony Visconti and drummer Woody Woodmansey. The band also featured Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17), Steve Norman (Spandau Ballet), James Stevenson (The Cult), Erdal Kizilcay (David Bowie) and Marc Almond amongst many other talented musicians.
Such a breadth of experience has enabled Paul to compose a broad palette of authentic musical styles for television and film. He has recorded many albums of production music in a variety of styles, including Rock, Punk, Blues, Acoustic Roots, Cuban, Rockabilly and Folk. Paul has produced projects for many leading publishers including KPM, Universal, Imagem, JW Media Music, Boost, 5 Alarm and Juice Music. To date, he has over 700 tracks registered with the Performing Rights Society.