Taking place on 6 November at the BPI building in Westminister, the event gives aspiring film and TV composers the opportunity to pitch ideas to the music supervisor in attendance.
Up to 16 participants will have the chance to hear what Matt is looking for, make a pitch and receive immediate feedback.
Snatch, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 all feature on Matt’s CV as do musical placements for Frank, Filth and hit TV series Top Boy.
The session is aimed at artist managers, producers and artist reps, A&R, artist development and marketing executives.
To date, NARIP Session participants have placed almost 200 tracks as a direct result of their sessions.
Visit the NARIP website to find out more details and information on how to attend.