Aled Roberts is a multi-instrumentalist film composer who has created original soundtracks for award-winning short and feature films. Aled mixes organic and processed sounds to create unique soundscapes and uses his musical intuition to write evocative, compelling film scores.
Recent work includes film scores for The New York Times, The New Yorker, and International Justice Mission; VR short film The Hidden which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival; sci-fi feature Chimera starring Henry Ian Cusick (Lost); and Happen Films' feature documentary Living the Change. Aled has also created film scores for Costa Boutsikaris's award-winning feature documentary Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective; Louis Gordon's Girl in the Chair, which was nominated for Best Experimental Film at the 42nd Student Academy Awards and won an Original Score Craft Award at the 2015 First Run Film Festival; and Marie Schlingmann's short film Canary as part of the 2015 ASCAP/Columbia Film Scoring Workshop, which screened at Montclair Film Festival and made WBUR The ARTery's list of Ten Must-See Shorts at IFFBoston. "Make Ends Meet," a song Aled co-wrote with singer-songwriter Kevin Garrett appears in the feature film Skating to New York. Aled's first notable film score was for director Patrick Biesemans' short film Charles Bukowski’s Nirvana, which is included on Vimeo’s Staff Pick List.