Laurence Owen is a composer, songwriter, sound designer and performer. His stage work includes composing and musical direction of Cat & Mouse (Village Underground), arrangement of songs by Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer: The Opera) for My Left Right Foot (National Theatre of Scotland), and sound design for 1927's Golem (Young Vic, Trafalgar Studios), for which he was nominated for a ProSound Award.
Laurence has co-written and performed in many original Fringe productions, including the Malcolm Hardee Award-winning Cinemusical (2015), Cinemusical High (2016), HG Wells' The Time Machine (2017), and Jekyll vs Hyde (2019), winner of the Wilton's Music Hall Fringe Foundations Award.
Laurence is the co-founder of fiction podcast production company Long Cat Media, responsible for the British Podcast Award nominated thriller Mockery Manor, and the BBC Audio Drama Award nominated pirate epic The Ballad of Anne & Mary.
As a media composer, his clients include the BBC, Toyota, O2, Stella Artois, Embraer, Sipsmith, ARTE, The Beano, Historic Royal Palaces and the V&A Museum. His film credits include the Sundance Film Festival-selected White Morning, which earned him two award nominations at SoundTrack Cologne Festival.