Credits

Television: Factual/Documentary

Programmes include:

Zero Ten Twenty: The Children Of Rio (3 part series) - TVE
Britain's Big Freeze - Channel 4
The Big Question: How Fast Is Fast? - Discovery
Inside Planet Earth - Discovery
Belly Of The Beast (3 part series: Tanks, Giant Trucks, Helicopters) - Discovery
Days That Shook The World - BBC
Undercover Mosques - Channel 4, Dispatches
The Murder Of JonBénet Ramsey - Channel 4
Britain's Worst Weather - Channel 4
Versailles Stories (6 part series) - BBC/Discovery
Holy Offensive - Channel 4, Dispatches
Private Wars - BBC2
IF - The Generations Fall Out - BBC2
Flight Fantastic - Channel 5/TLC
Children of Rio - TVE
Truth and Lies In Baghdad - Channel 4, Dispatches
Secrets Of The Saudi State - Channel 4, Dispatches
Techno Cops - TLC
Skeletons Of Roman Ashkelon - Discovery
War In The Falklands - Channel 5/ITN
Whiteout (2 part series) - TLC/Discovery
The World's Greatest Ships (2 part series) - Discovery
The World's Tallest Buildings (2 part series) - Discovery
Un Jour La Nuit - Swiss TV
The Jaguar People - Discovery
Rivers Of Sand - Channel 4
Pears On A Willow Tree - BBC2




Film

Office Romance 2
Broken
The Long Lonely Walk
Stolen Youth
The Match
Bank Job
Dial 'M' for Mother


All directed by Leon Chambers




Commercials

Nissan
Nurofen
Flora
Whiskas
Dettox
Sharwoods
Mail On Sunday




TV Idents and Title Sequences

ITV Carlton - Station Ident Package
ITV - Nighttime presentation music
VH1 - Idents
TLC - Idents
Discovery Channel - Idents
BBC2 - Under The Sun titles
Channel 4 - Citizen's Arrest titles




Image, Marketing and Launch Music

For the following clients:

Orange, British Telecom, British Airways, Eurotunnel, Apple Computers, Jaguar, Wedgwood, Honda, Landrover, Nissan, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Vauxhall, Suzuki, Opel, HSBC, Royal Air Force, Commercial Union, BMG, Hotpoint, Telewest




Contemporary Dance and Ballet

Let's Begin - commissioned by the National Youth Dance Company and choreographed by Peter Purdy

Swansong - commissioned by English National Ballet and choreographed by Christopher Bruce

Shoal - choreographed by Sonia Rafferty

Nature Dances - commissioned by Houston Ballet (USA) and choreographed by Christopher Bruce

Dreaming Like A Tallman - commissioned by Blueprint Dance Company and choreographed by Sonia Rafferty

Common Denominator - choreographed by Sonia Rafferty

Prophecy - commissioned by Shawbrook Dance Festival, choreographed by Sonia Rafferty

Stream - commissioned by Rambert Dance Company and choreographed by Christopher Bruce

Between Wind And Water - commissioned by Shawbrook Dance Festival, choreographed by Sonia Rafferty

Double Vision Second Sight - choreographed by Sonia Rafferty and Amanda Gough

In:site - choreographed by Sonia Rafferty and Amanda Gough

Between Shadows - commissioned by The Royal Opera House and choreographed by Cathy Marston




Visual Art Collaborations

Channels, Echoes and Empty Chairs - collaboration with Shaheen Merali

Paradigms Lost - collaboration with Shaheen Merali




Bands/Songwriting

(All songs below co-written with Andy Arthurs, except for * with Chris Turner, and ** with Andy Arthurs and Chris Turner)


Songs for the Powerpop band Tonight include:

Drummer Man, Stroll On By*, Money (That's Your Problem)**, Wheels*, Jealousy Kills, Hold On Me (TV)**, City Shit**, Jumpdown Turnaround* and Spotlight Lookalike*



Five full-length shows for the music and dance group La Bouche:

Step Time, Amusing Ourselves to Death, Yet Another Crisis, The Attractions Of Living In A Bungalow and Chasing The Mirage

Songs from these shows include Poles Apart, Reaching for Blue, Romantic Love, As Seen On TV, The Hero And The Heroine, The Body Functions, The Erle Of Moray and Fantasy Island



Songs recorded and released by other artists include:

High Energy Plan - 999
Skin Tight - Noosha Fox
More Than Molecules - Noosha Fox
Round And Around - Celia and The Mutations
Sundance - The Ten Tenors




Performing

Tonight - Philip Chambon toured extensively with power pop band Tonight, appearing on many UK TV programmes including three appearances onTop Of The Pops. Tonight had a Top 20 hit in 1978 with Drummer Man which Philip Chambon co-wrote.

La Bouche - Philip Chambon toured throughout the UK and Europe with music and dance group La Bouche, including performing at the Glastonbury Festival on the main stage, and at The Edinburgh Festival in the Elephant Tent. TV appearances included half-hour special Folio for Anglia TV and Russell Harty at The Edinburgh Festival for BBC2.




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