Max Perryment

Soundscape Designer

Max is a London, U.K. based Composer and Sound Designer. In addition to theatre he writes music for film, television commercials and dance. He has an M.A. in Electroacoustic Composition from City University.

Theatre includes:

Shipwreck (Almeida), The Convert (The Young Vic), A Guide For The Homesick (Trafalgar Studio 2), The Sweet Science of Bruising (Southwark Playhouse), Dust (Trafalgar Studio 2), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Park Theatre), Utility (Orange Tree Theatre), Rasheeda Speaking (Trafalgar Studio 2), Twilight Los Angeles 1992 (The Gate) Off West End Award Nomination, Dust (Soho Theatre / Trafalgar Studio 2), The Tide (Young Vic, YV Taking Part), Romeo and Juliet (Orange Tree Theatre).

Max has composed music for television commercials for clients including: Nokia, Cardhu, London and Partners, BUPA, Johnnie Walker, Land Rover, The Singleton, Godiva, The Co-op, Raffles, Volvo, Thomson’s Holidays, Amazon, Magnet Kitchens, GQ,, Liverpool One, Continental, Berkley Homes, Jacamo, Barclay’s, Simply Be, Neville Johnson and Zoopla.

He has been working closely with Kestrel Theatre for two years, who work in prisons. He has worked on 2 productions in HMP Springhill that have resulted in performances at The Royal Court Theatre and has facilitated the music composition for the film 360 Man made by the men of HMP Springhill.

Max has been resident composer for the contemporary dance company Made By Katie Green for eight years. He was recently commissioned to write music for Choreographing the Collection (Dulwich Picture Gallery) and the promenade piece designed for caves and underground spaces, Beneath Our Feet which is touring across the U.K. in 2018.

He is a founding member of the band Escapists. They have played Reading and Leeds Festival and supported Manic Street Preachers and Imagine Dragons on their U.K. tours.

He is composer for theatre company Parrot {in the} Tank and comedy duo Goodbear.