Roshan Gunga studied at Coventry University under the experimental composer and pioneer of British Systems music, Dr. Christopher Hobbs.
It was here in 2016, that Roshan graduated with a first class degree (BA) in music composition, before going on to specialise in composing for film at the National Film & Television School (MA).
During his time there Roshan scored multiple projects, including ‘Azaar’, which received a BAFTA nomination for best British Short Film in 2020. Other notable works include ‘The Grandfather Machine’ – a video game which was nominated for the Grads in Games Best Student Game Award 2018 – and ‘Mother’s Ruin’ – an animated musical starring Paul Whitehouse and Jaime Winstone.
After graduating, Roshan began a mentorship under Academy Award-winning film composer, Dario Marianelli, and is now represented by Air-Edel.