Terence Dunn is a Hull born British music composer currently based in London and Brighton. After obtaining a first class honours degree in Composition for Film and Media from Northbrook College in Worthing, he went on to study a Masters in Composing for Film and Television at the National Film and Television School where he was awarded the PRS foundation and the Alan Hawkshaw music scholarships.

He has composed for numerous feature films, television programmes, theatre shows, games, commercials and art works.

In 2017 he wrote the score for a projection mapped installation 'Arrivals and Departures' by theatre group, Imitating the dog, which included a massed choral rendition of Eternal Father recorded in Hull Minster that was showcased to 350,000 people as part of the opening celebrations of the 2017 UK City of Culture.

His work has been broadcast worldwide and can be found on many award winning films including BAFTA winning Edmond and BAFTA nominated A Syrian Love story, Manoman and Slap.

Terence has a unique cinematic voice often blurring the lines between sound design and music, showing bold originality and careful consideration to narrative.
He has commercially released two albums as artist Man Made Noise and was also a contributor for All Night North, a compilation of Philip Larkin’s Poetry set to music.