PAUL TERRY is a non-fiction author who has worked with leading brands including Bad Robot TV shows LOST and Fringe, as well as LEGO, Disney, The Simpsons, Futurama, and Stars Wars. His latest book, 'Top 10 Of Everything 2015' (Hamlyn) is out now (released July 2014) and sees him combine his love of movies, dinosaurs, superheroes, and pop-culture facts into a 320-page interactive trivia tome.
With acclaimed writer Tara Bennett, Paul co-authored the official 'LOST Encyclopedia' (DK) and 'Fringe: September's Notebook' (Insight), which was an Amazon Book of the Year 2013. Paul's connection to Bad Robot began in 2003 as the Editor of 'Alias: The Official Magazine' (Titan), the companion to Jennifer Garner's hit spy series. He was also the Editor of 'LOST: The Official Magazine' (Titan) for its entire run. With TV/radio presenter Iain Lee and Tom Page, Paul co-presented 'The LOST Initiative' (Sky1) which was nominated for a Digital Broadcast Award in 2009.
Paul was also the Designer and Editor for renowned singer-songwriter Anneke van Giersbergen's debut book 'The Road To Drive' (2013), which reveals the making of her latest album 'Drive' as well as capturing life on the road for the touring artist.
When he is not writing books, Paul writes music. His film scores include Felicity Jones' Raindance Festival award nominated drama 'Emily' (2013), 13-time award-winning 'The Furred Man' (2010), and the award-winning chiller 'Care' (2014). Under his solo moniker of Cellarscape, his records include the acclaimed 'A Theta/Delta Union', 'Animation, Suspension' and the brand new album 'The Act Of Letting Go', out now (released April 2014).