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Julian Wharton is a composer, producer and audio engineer from East London.

Playing music from a very young age, Julian cut his teeth in London's live music scene as a guitarist and songwriter for dream-pop band, Dios Mio. When the band parted ways in 2017, he decided to dedicate himself to his passion for production, eventually leaving his corporate job of nine years.

With over a decade of experience, Julian's music has been featured on Netflix, BBC, NBC, Channel 4 and Sky, played on most major UK radio stations and synced to TV shows such as Made in Chelsea and A League of Their Own. He has also produced commercial work for brands such as Tag Heuer, Nintendo and David Morris, as well as production music for SATV and BMG.

In February 2024, Julian composed the original score for the short film ‘Lessons’. This is his sixth original film score. Previously, he has scored narrative dramas which have been featured on Sky Arts and Channel 4.

In 2023, Julian wrote the original score to the live culinary event ‘Flavour & Some’ at Battersea Power Station with co-composer Stephanie Singer. He also produced original music for ‘Bodies Tilted’, a live experience commissioned by and based on the music of Christine & The Queens at The South Bank’s Meltdown Festival.

Being a voracious podcast listener, Julian has written original scores for many long-form podcasts, including the chart-topping ‘Coffee & Flowers’, developed with and about acclaimed band, The National. Most recently he scored the 12 episode podcast series ‘Techtonic’ for human rights charity, Article 19.

In addition to his work as a composer, Julian continues to make records and works with a range of artists, both as a producer and mix engineer.

Working from his shipping container studio in East London, Julian is invariably found accompanied by his dog, Mr. Bibs.

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