Tandis Jenhudson

Tandis Jenhudson is a composer and music producer. Tandis followed an unorthodox path into the world of music. Although, he did initially train as a classical pianist he changed course, opting instead to study medicine with the idea that the latter would make a more sensible career choice. Despite Tandis’ strong move toward the sensible, the music would not leave him be.

In 2012 Tandis scored Jean-Philippe Tremblay’s acclaimed film Shadows of Liberty featuring Julian Assange, David Simon and Danny Glover. Tandis wrote the music for the feature documentary Little Stars of Bethlehem narrated by Stephen Fry. From there he went on to score John Akomfrah’s 2014 BAFTA-nominated The March narrated by Denzel Washington, produced by Robert Redford. Most recently he scored the National Geographic documentary Hubble's Cosmic Journey celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Hubble Telescope and completed the soundtrack for Amy Coop’s The Treehouse, part of Creative England's BFI-funded iShorts scheme.

In October 2014, Tandis Jenhudson was honoured as a BAFTA ‘Breakthrough Brit.’