Thomas Farnon

Biography

Thomas is a composer born in Guernsey. He studied at Wells Cathedral School and Trinity College of Music, London. His teachers have included Joseph Phibbs, Stephen Montague, Richard Causton and John Ashton Thomas. 

Over the past 8 years Thomas has worked frequenty with Lorne Balfe, Rupert Gregson Williams and Hans Zimmer and contributed music for films such as: 'The Legend of Tarzan', 'Hacksaw Ridge', 'The Ridiculous 6', 'Wonder Woman', 'Churchill', 'Dough', 'American Hero',  Neflix's 'The Crown' and 'Open Season:Scared Silly'. In addition he has written music for video games such as  'Assassins Creed 3', and the 'Skylanders' series.

For television, he has written Additional music for 'The Story of God','AD the Bible Continues', and 'Saints and Strangers' amongst others. He has also worked on Chris Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises', Dreamwork's 'Madagascar', 'Home', and 'Kung Fu Panda 3' and Paramount's 'Terminator Genisys'. For Lorne Balfe he recently co-produced the score for the new Warner Bros film 'Lego Batman movie'.

Working with Soho Production Music in London, Thomas has written over 400 pieces of production music. His music has been featured in shows such as: 'Ray Donovan', 'Oprah', 'Saturday Night Live', 'The Late Show', 'The One Show', 'Gareth's Invictus Choir', 'The Undateables', 'BBC News' and many more.

Recently Thomas has provided the score to Emma Lindley's moving drama "Thin Air", Shaan Shahid's "Zarrar" and is currently working on a Fantasy feature film.

In 2018 alongside his Father Composer David Farnon, Thomas founded Chromium Music Group, a boutique music house. Thomas's first album for CMG "A" was recorded at AIR Lyndhurst in Febuary 2018 and has been released worldwide.

Thomas works out of his studio in London.

 

 

 

Thomas Farnon