Lewis Morison is a BAFTA & MPSE Golden Reel nominated music editor, producer, composer, programmer & multi-instrumentalist with a diverse range of experience across many styles and genres.
He works extensively in music for film and television and has been involved in the production of more than 100 soundtracks. He regularly contributes to scores by composers such as Alexandre Desplat, Paul Englishby, Stephen Warbeck, Mica Levi, Alex Heffes, Gabriel Yared, Ben Frost & Thomas Newman. His work has featured in the Oscar nominated soundtracks to Mary Poppins Returns, Jackie, Skyfall and Argo. Recent projects include producing the score to Netflix’s critically acclaimed series Dark, Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pinocchio” and Steve McQueen’s Small Axe, for which Lewis was BAFTA nominated. Lewis has received eight MPSE Golden Reel nominations for his music editing.
In recent years, Lewis has worked extensively with artists from outside the film world to produce unique and exciting film & television scores that work seamlessly with picture. He draws on a combination of his musical skills and knowledge, alongside his experience of the technical and logistical challenges of film scoring to achieve the best possible results.
Lewis’s musical training is rooted in his deep study of jazz which he pursued in parallel to his degree in Music and Sound Recording (tonmeister) at the University of Surrey, where he won the Joyce Dixey Composition Award in 2004.
Alongside his film work, Lewis performs professionally as a guitarist and saxophonist and has been a featured soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, L’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra among others. He continues to write and play with his own quartet and several other ensembles in Paris, London and Internationally and he makes electronic music on his ever-growing collection of synthesisers.