Paul Terry is a music artist, producer, and bestselling author. He releases music via his independent label SkyBabyRecords.
As a composer, Paul's scores include: director Bartley Taylor's thriller Hidden Valley Place (score mixed by two-time Grammy Award winner Sam Okell); Sidney & Friends (directed by Tristan Aitchison), the 13-time award-winning feature documentary (including a Best Score nomination at the 2019 IMAs), which Paul also executive produced; drama Emily, co-composed with James Bellamy (starring Felicity Jones and Christopher Eccleston, directed by Caroline Harvey, and nominated for Best UK Short Film at the Raindance Film Festival); and the award-winning chiller Care. To date, Paul has composed and produced more than thirty albums.
Under his solo moniker of Cellarscape, his records include Exo Echo, and the Independent Music Award-nominated The Act Of Letting Go. This features 'The Same Place,' a duet with Anneke van Giersbergen (The Gathering, Devin Townsend), and 'Epinephrine'—its music video (written and directed by Paul) was officially selected for SXSW.
As a featured artist, Paul collaborations include LAR (Love Amongst Ruin, the band of former Placebo drummer Steve Hewitt) on the song 'Detonation Days'. He also duetted with Danish singer-songwriter Martha Meganie on her song 'Mistaken', produced by Grammy winner Flemming Rasmussen.
As an author, Paul has written or co-written (with Tara Bennett) numerous official books on film and television, including: Marvel Studios, The X-Files, Bad Robot's LOST and Fringe, John Carpenter's Big Trouble In Little China, and many more.
He has also produced and edited 80+ podcast episodes. These include the official podcasts for: History's TV series Project Blue Book; USA's sci-fi drama Colony; SYFY's comic-book podcast docu-series, Behind the Panel; and the hit limited series, Through the Looking Glass: A LOST Retrospective (co-hosted by Tara Bennett & Maureen Ryan).
As a designer, Paul's original film poster art has been displayed in Creature Features (Los Angeles, California) and The Colonial Theatre (Phoenixville, Pennsylvania).
Paul lives in Los Angeles.