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Jonathan Whitehead (aka Trellis) is an award winning composer best known for writing original theme tunes and scores for UK television comedies. His work on Green Wing won him the Royal Television Award for Best Original Score in 2005 and was also short listed for a BAFTA. His music has been part of several other BAFTA winning shows, including: Black Books, REV. and The Graham Norton Show. Between 1994-2010 he co-wrote and produced the music for several shows by Chris Morris, including: The Day Today, Brass Eye and Nathan Barley. He has also written music  for  drama and documentaries. Jonathan has written and produced many parody songs for TV shows and has also arranged existing music. His stylistic range is broad and eclectic; from sombre cinematic to demented pop noise; from jazzy noir to gently quirksome; from 1940's kitsch to Dub Reggae scoring; and from naive melody  to swaggering steam punkery.