Jules Maxwell has composed music for a wide variety of choreographers over the last 20 years, including Wayne McGregor, Dog Kennel Hill Project, Jasmin Vardimon, Jane Mason, Cathy Marston, Charlotte Darbyshire, Theo Clinkard, Filip Van Huffel, New Art Club, Laila Diallo, Hofesh Schecter and Jeanine Durning.

His background is in theatre and he regularly works at the National Theatre, The Young Vic and the Globe. He also has a long standing relationship with artist Mark Storor with whom he has created many small and large scale promenade and circus pieces.


He composed the soundtrack to Tim Loane's Oscar nominated short film Dance Lexie Dance (1996).

As a musician and song writer he has collaborated with Dead Can Dance, Foy Vance, Iain Archer and Duke Special among others.


At the heart of his music and practice is a curiosity to find links across theatrical disciplines. He is as interested in drama as he is in sound. He cannot avoid hearing music in movement and light and language. He is drawn to the truth found in flaws and scars and people singing badly.

Since moving to France he has begun presenting monthly solo concerts of his own songs in the Café Gallery.