Phil Collins / Little Dreams Foundation
(Producer, composer, engineer, programmer and arranger)

Little Dreams is a foundation set up by Phil Collins in order to develop new young talented artistes. The first album (in an ongoing series) was released by EMI Capitol Records in December 2003.


(Producer, engineer, programmer and arranger)

Born (album)
Born is the first album released by the classical crossover string quartet bond. The album was a huge commercial success, reaching no. 1 on the charts of twenty-one countries worldwide. It also stayed in the U.S. Classical Crossover charts for a total of 101 weeks. The album also went Gold in fourteen countries and Platinum in twelve. The album was also no. 1 in the UK Classical charts, but was subsequently removed from these charts for not meeting all the 'rules' of classical music.


(Engineer, programmer)

The Mighty (single and film song).

This song is the end credit music for the Sharon Stone film "The Mighty".
The song was nominated for a Golden Globe at the 1999 Golden Globe Awards


Elvis Costello
(Engineer, programmer)

She (single and film song).

This song is the opening and end credit music for the film "Notting Hill".
It was a top 20 hit in the UK.


(Engineer, programmer/keyboards)

The Violin Player (album), Toccata and Fugue, Red Hot (singles).

Vanessa-Mae is the child prodigy violinist signed to EMI Records. Toccata and Fugue and Red Hot both charted in the UK top 40. The album achieved gold status, and along with Toccata, has been a world-wide hit, selling 8 million copies to date.

Recently Gareth has been working on a new Vanessa Mae album scheduled for release in 2000.

    The War Of The Worlds
(Producer, engineer, programmer/keyboards, arranger)

Forever Autumn, The Eve Of The War, The Spirit Of Man.

The re-release of this album, containing these new mixes, reached 24 in the UK charts . Further remixes sent the album back into the top 30. The re-released LP achieved gold status.

The Grapes Of Wrath
(Engineer, programmer)

These Days (album and singles).

Gold status in Canada.

    Roger Daltry

Rocks In The Head (album).

Chesney Hawkes
(Engineer, programmer)

The One And Only, I'm A Man Not A Boy, Secrets Of The Heart (singles) and Buddy's Song (album).
The One And Only was a top ten hit in most European countries and The USA. It spent 5 weeks at the top of the UK charts, achieving gold status. The album also went gold.


Down Fall The Good Guys (album and singles).
    Syd Barrett

Opel (album of remixes), Octopus (album of remixes)

Natural Thing
(Producer and engineer)

Taste Better (single). Contemporary teen Pop band.


(Producer and engineer)

I Need You More (single).
Retro teen Pop band.


Jermaine Jackson
(Producer, arranger and engineer)

Thru Your Eyes, Save Tomorrow (singles).
Not yet released.

    Catherine Zeta Jones
(Engineer, programmer/keyboards, arranger)

The Arms Of Love (single), I Can't Help Myself (single), Album (not yet released) .
    David Essex
(Engineer, programmer/keyboards)

True Love Ways (single with Catherine Zeta Jones), Cover Shot, Back to Back (albums).
True Love Ways was a top 40 hit, Cover Shot reached number 3 in the UK, and went gold.

Other projects

Remixes of albums and tracks for The Orb, Blur, The Stranglers, The Buzzcocks, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Kylie Minogue . Orchestral recordings for Tom Jones,

Tanita Tikaram, Classic Rock, Justin Hayward and others. TV incidental music includes The Gulf War (BBC documentary), Respect (Nick Berry TV series), the sound design of most BBC1 and BBC2 station idents from 1992 - 1997, countless commercials and jingles and all station idents for MBC.