Morgan Kibby is a composer, producer, musician and singer who’s scoring credits include the BAFTA shortlisted Mothering Sunday starring Olivia Coleman, Colin Firth and Josh O’Connor, AMC’s Tales of the Walking Dead, Netflix’s The Watcher and BBC’s Am I Being Unreasonable? starring Daisy May Cooper.
Morgan’s first score for Eva Husson’s Bang Gang in 2015, premiered at TIFF, receiving critical acclaim in the Platform Prize and later won Best Original Score at Les Arcs European Film Festival. Subsequently, Morgan attended the 2016 Sundance Composer Lab and has gone on to score numerous projects for Amazon, Netflix, Hulu & CW, as well as narrative features premiering at international festivals including official competition at Cannes.
Recent projects include Amazon’s The Power and Wilderness and she is currently working on Disney’s nature documentary series Queens.
As a classical pianist, cellist and vocalist, Morgan soloed with orchestra as well as singing with the San Francisco opera, jazz ensembles and musical theatre throughout her youth. Upon graduating the Lycée Français, Kibby became a core member of the French band M83 writing, singing and performing live. Two album cycles led to her first platinum single with “Midnight City”, a Grammy nomination, headlining a sold out Hollywood Bowl, and touring internationally with Depeche Mode, The Killers and Kings of Leon amongst others. In 2019, Morgan had the honour of testifying in congress on behalf of her peers, regarding digital copyright law.
Morgan has co-written, produced and played on multiple Grammy nominated & Number 1 albums, working with artists including Panic! At the Disco, Harry Styles and Lady Gaga. She has also produced, written and recorded her own solo material under the monikers “White Sea” and “Sue Clayton” as well as remixing over 25 tracks from Lorde to the Weeknd.