An extremely fresh, innovative and resourceful composer, Dominik has emerged as one of the most talented score composers of his generation.

His award-winning music can be heard on some of the finest television dramas made in recent years, earning him an Ivor Novello Award and RTS Award Nomination for Ripper Street, a Primetime Emmy Nomination for The Missing, and three further Ivor Novello Nominations for Amazon’s The Collection, ITV’s Marple and the Netflix/BBC series The Serpent, written by Richard Warlow and Toby Finlay and starring Jenna Coleman and Tahar Rahim. Dominik received a second Ivor Novello Award win for the fantasy thriller Requiem for BBC/Netflix, on which Dominik collaborated with Natasha Khan, aka Bat for Lashes (“The music and sound effects [..] constitute a revelation: why, when it can be done this well, was it ever done otherwise?” The Guardian).

Dominik has most recently scored both series of the BBC/ HBO thriller The Tourist, written by Harry and Jack Williams and starring Jamie Dornan, the BBC One series Boat Story and No Escape for Paramount+. Other scores include The Confessions of Frannie Langton, both series of Baptiste produced by Two Brothers Pictures, the BBC drama film Elizabeth is Missing an adaption of the book by Emma Healey, the 8-part thriller The Widow for ITV/Amazon starring Kate Beckinsale and Charles Dance, and Mammoth Screen’s The City & The City directed by Tom Shankland.

Equally accomplished in film scoring, Dominik’s credits include Alina Marazzi’s Tutto Parla Di Te (All About You), Scenes of a Sexual Nature starring Ewan McGregor and Hugh Bonneville The Truth, The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (Best Music Award at Spain’s Estapona Film Festival), Alice Through The Looking Glass starring Kate Beckinsale, and Appetite starring Ute Lemper, for whom he also wrote the title song, which reached No. 2 on the UK classical charts.

Dominik has his own avant-garde disco & video art duo and composes performance music for the theatre. He also produces sound design and composition for fine art installations, most notably for artist Suki Chan. As composer/director, he has a new film-opera in development. It follows his kinetic opera for screen ‘Hell For Leather’, which premiered at Sundance and went on to win him 10 awards.

Dominik is a British-Swiss composer who works from his studio in Spitalfields, London.