Max de Wardener is a British composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist known for his scores for film and television and his work in jazz, classical, world and electronic music.
Since graduating from York University and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has written music for film and television, including Pawel Pawlikowski's feature films Last Resort (2000) and The Woman in the Fifth (2011), and Jerry Rothwell's 2008 documentary Heavy Load.
To date, his solo discography comprises one album and one EP on Mathew Herbert's label, Accidental Records. The EP, Stops, is a combination of electronic music and recordings of a church organ. His discography also includes remixes for Gabriel Prokofiev, John Richards and Efterklang.
- Where I am Today (2004)
- Stops (2002)