Des Montagu and Simon Bourcier formed a partnership at the beginning of 1997. Combining their extensive experience in the music industry they create music and sound design of the highest standard for commercials, film, documentaries, multimedia and web projects. Their main studio is in West London and includes the very latest technology, to bring mixes to the highest broadcast standard. Below is a summary of some of their best work to date.

Montagu Bourcier have composed music for some of the most high profile commercials in the world; examples include Audi 'Phonebox', Budweiser, Peugeot, and Sony's 'go-create' campaign. Directors that they work with include Roman Copola, David Kellogg, John Selby & Gore Verbinski.

Working closely with some fantastic new director's, short film work includes: Fat Chance (Film Four) Football, directed by Gaby Delal with Helena Bonham-Carter. The Cookie Thief, directed by Toby Leslie & Hugo Currie through Big Daddy Films with Honor Frazer (Palme d'Or nomination, Cannes '99) Ticks, directed by Rupert Wyatt and starring Jack Davenport & Saskia Reeves.

Montagu Bourcier has composed music on a variety of interesting documentaries, broadcasting all over the world. Recent work includes When Money Went Mad, through Wall to Wall Television (Channel 4), Refugees in Guinea, BBC World-wide, Geo (20 part series), Trailblazers, through Transatlantic Films (Discovery) & Science of Beauty, a 3 part series also shown on US Discovery Channel, with Sharon Stone.

Multimedia and Web Projects
The demand for music and sound design has been high, which has given them the opportunity to get involved in some great projects, including: The Evening Standards 'Hot Disc' Carlton's 'Britain at War in Colour' Whitney Houston Roms You can listen to and see more of Montagu Bourcier's work at their website :

Alternatively, you can always give them a call!

Sound and Composition Design
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Melissa Herman
Montagu Bourcier
Studio 303
Canalot Studios
222 Kensal Road
London W10 5BN

Tel: 020 8960 1965
Fax: 020 8960 1441