Composer/producer Stephen Spiro and producer Natalie Dickens started the company to offer music composition, song search and negotiation services for long and short-form projects.
The pair had supplied music composition for the BBC/Harvest Films co-production Hamilton Mattress , which won a number of animation awards including the Grand Prix at the International Animated Film Festival in 2002. It was the first time in 26 years that a UK production had taken the top spot at the festival.
Dickens said: 'What makes us unique is we also represent individual labels, such as Touchtones, Reverb and Finger Lickin'.'
Spiro's credits include composition on the final episode of Sex and the City and the recent spot for Toyota Corolla ?Nightmare' - the first job to be completed by the Berwick Street company.