Kim is an award winning media composer & musician working in London. His music is an evolving and revolving mixture of triphop, reggae and film noir, designed to comfort and disturb in equal measure. His scores have encompassed horror, comedy, drama, musicals and child birth, while his albums have been described as “Sonic Youth meets Bernard Herrmann” and “Face-Bashing All-Out Guitar Assault”.
Tiny Mad Animals
Short (Dir. Dave Maybrick)
I Am Gen Z
Feature length documentary (Dir: Liz Smith)
One World Birth
Feature length documentary (Dir: Toni Harman)
Short (Dir: Tobias Tobbell)
Feature length Psychological Thriller (Dir: Toni Harman)
Hanging Gardens, the Tower of Babel, floods, dinosaurs and how archaeology works, plus how ancient stories were syncretised into our lives.
Desiderium is a latin word defining desire or longing, especially a feeling of loss or grief for something lost. This is a story about long hot summers, council estates and ghosts.
10 years, 10 pieces, each a crime that has, as yet, been unpunished.
Before The Darkness Eats Us All Alive
An album of music designed for contemporary dance.
under isen, under snön
A Scandi-noir score. Only there isn't any film.
Unpleasantville Volume 1
Imagine a 1970's council estate - dark, cold, damp. Well, here's the soundtrack.
An album of music co-produced with Martin Lister
Independent Horror Movie Awards
Best Music (Original Score) #MurderSelfie
Best Music (Original Song) Snap, snap, snap - #MurderSelfie
COMMISSIONED CUES AND PROMOTIONAL VIDEOS
On the press release for Kim Halliday’s Birdsong in Mist, it says “File Under: Classical [Contemporary/Avant Garde].” While you’re at it, however, please also file it under “Experimental,” “Electronic,” and “Face-Bashing All-Out Guitar Assault.”
- Hypnagogue Reviews
Credo…the music and sound design warrant mention too, as they are simply terrific in turning-up the fright factor and keeping the audience tense as to the next scare
- The Quiet Earth
7 Deaths… the combination of music and image quickly compels… as this stunning video progresses, we’re treated to scenes of more tenderness; snowscapes and family joy juxtaposed into the devastation; hunger and homelessness amplifying the desperation.
- sonic breakfast