Composer Chris Salt produces bespoke music and sound design for commercials, TV, radio and film. He has written extensively for many of the world's leading publishers including EMI and Universal.
Chris attended the Royal College of Music where he studied guitar, piano and composition. After graduating from the performer's course he furthered his academic studies at Keele University where he obtained an MA in Modern Music. Since then he has focused on media composition exclusively. Chris's bespoke and production music has been used in over 20,000 TV shows across the world as well as numerous TV and radio ads.
His work has featured on commercials for many established brands including: AT&T, Adidas, KFC, Visa, Bisto, Google, Fairy, Shell, TRESemme, Cofidis, Pantene, Estée Lauder, Dior, Brother, The Mail On Sunday, The Times, Marmite, The Sunday Times, Chrysler, Dow Chemical, Carphone Warehouse, Flexjet, Asiana Airlines, Raiffeisen Bank Oral B, Olay, Head & Shoulders, Oceana.org, 32Red.com, W.B.Mason, Dentyne...
Recent projects include a Christmas promo for Sky Cinema (2017) and bespoke music for Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference. Chris's track 'You Can Shine' (published by EMI) featured in the British Film Institute's 'BFI Player' trailer which was shown in cinemas across the UK and Europe throughout 2014.
He has supplied the title music for recent BBC productions such as Island Medics, Secret Life of the Hospital Bed, Children's Emergency Rescue and The Flying Archaeologist. Chris also provided the title music to the long running US reality series I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant.
In 2014, Chris Salt & Mark Cousins music featured on NBC Universal's Catch My Killer promo which won gold at the prestigious Kinsale Shark Awards. It was also nominated for best factual promo at the 2014 Promax Awards. Chris's music was used in Marmite's 'Rescue' ad which won the British Arrows' Best TV Commercial of the Year Award for 2014. Chris was also a finalist in the 2016 UK Music & Sound Awards.
Chris's tracks have appeared in a number of movies including: Lakeview Terrace, Gambit, She's Funny That Way, The Campaign, Devil's Double and the acclaimed Who biopic Lambert & Stamp.