Thomas Farnon


Thomas is a Composer born in Guernsey. Thomas's Music is known primarily for being Emotional, Melodic and Vivid. His musical style being showcased in his releases "A", "Reverie" and "Solace" on the Chromium Music Group label.

Recent projects have included the score to Dael Poulter's documentary about David Haye - "Portrait of a Fighter", Emma Lindley's moving drama "Thin Air", Shaan Shahid's "Zarrar" and Channel 4's "Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong’o”. Thomas has just completed the score to Yemi Bamiro’s “One Man and His Shoes” due for release in Summer 2020 and In 2019 Thomas provided the score for Disney and Kano's coding kit for "Frozen 2”.

In the past Thomas has worked frequently with Lorne Balfe, Rupert Gregson Williams and Hans Zimmer whilst contributing additional music for films such as: 'The Legend of Tarzan', 'Hacksaw Ridge', 'The Ridiculous 6', 'Wonder Woman', 'Churchill', 'Dough', 'American Hero' and 'Open Season: Scared Silly'. In addition he has written music for video games such as 'Assassins Creed 3', and two games in the 'Skylanders' series.

For television, he has written music for Neflix's 'The Crown', 'The Story of God', 'AD the Bible Continues', and 'Saints and Strangers'. He has also worked on Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises', Dreamwork's 'Madagascar', 'Home', 'Kung Fu Panda 3' and Paramount's 'Terminator Genisys'. With Lorne Balfe in 2017 he co-produced the score for the Warner Bros film ‘The Lego Batman movie'.

Thomas's music is also frequently featured in shows such as: 'Ray Donovan', 'Oprah', 'Saturday Night Live', 'The Late Show', 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown', 'Spongebob Squarepants', 'The Undateables' and many more.

In 2017, Thomas was one of the founders of Chromium Music Group, a modern classical music house. Thomas's first album for CMG “A" was released in February 2018, and the follow-up "Reverie" was released in January 2019 his most recent, a Choral album "Solace" was released in June 2019.

Thomas works out of his studio in London.

Thomas Farnon