Following his first film score - Beginner’s Luck in 2001 – Tristin, collaborating with Nick Green, has worked on a further 8 films and composed the music for 7 television series totalling more than a hundred episodes. Among their TV credits are 55 Degrees North for the BBC and Drop Dead Gorgeous for Hat Trick, The Invisibles for Company Pictures, and Hope Springs for Shed Productions. Most prominent in Tristin’s CV are seven series of BBC’s flagship teen drama Waterloo Road (92 epsiodes between 2007 – 2011), and seven series of ITV’s ratings-buster Wild At Heart (64 episodes between 2006 – 2012).
Film work has included the BBC Christmas special, Whistle And I’ll Come To You, starring John Hurt, the biopic Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa, starring Michael Sheen, Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story, starring Julie Walters, and two television plays written by Frank Cottrell Boyce; God On Trial, starring Stellan Skarsgard, and Framed, with Trevor Eve.
Tristin has also worked on a number of prestigious advertising campaigns for clients as varied as Samsung and Skype, the DVLA and the Westfield Shopping Centre.