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Michael Richard Plowman

Game Credits


Jaws: Unleashed (2006)   (Orchestrations and Arrangements)
Advent Rising (2005)   (Score Composed & Arranged by)
Maximo vs Army of Zin (2003)   (Composers and Musicians)
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (2003)   (Music Composed by)
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (2003)   (Original Score)

Developer Biography

For the past 25 years, composer Michael Richard Plowman has been composing award winning and internationally recognized music, touching audiences in over 120 countries.

His passion for creativity began in his birth place of England where he learned to play the trumpet at the early age of three. Plowman's love and talent of music quickly grew, as did his aspirations. He began teaching himself different orchestral instruments. Over the course of his school years, Plowman was a member of jazz and rock groups, playing gigs at local clubs, and at 14 landed his first commercial television job. At 16 he received a recording contract and produced his first album, "The Now Sounds of Today"

Plowman continued his musical training at universities in both Canada and the United States. He began conducting and touring worldwide with various orchestras, then moved into theatre, composing and conducting dozens of plays.

Composing for film, television and games has always been his ambition. He now lives in Los Angeles where works with many of the major players in the industry world wide; including Sony Pictures Television, WB, 20th Century Fox, New Line Cinema, MTV, Nickelodeon, A&E, Discovery, Stephen King.

"Working in film, television and games has given me the opportunity to explore many new musical styles and techniques," says Plowman. "Every production is unique and providing an original score is essential.

With over 600 credits to date in live-action, animation, film and games. Plowman continues to create symphonic adventures in his own style for the absolute entertainment experience.

Last updated: Apr 17, 2006