Rob Manning is a London-based composer who has scored documentary feature films, natural history, drama, comedies, and commercials. During a decade in the industry he has composed music for BFI, HBO, Disney, Discovery, National Geographic, SKY, BBC , Channel 4, ITV and FIVE.

Credits include Chuck Norris Vs Communism a documentary feature film which premiered at Sundance 2015; Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail for the BBC; American Blackout, a feature-length drama for National Geographic; Deadly Islands, a five-part wildlife series for Discovery; Wild Lives, a natural history film for Disney; The Last Chance School, a BAFTA-award-winning observational film; and the BAFTA-award-winning comedy series Fonejacker.
He worked with acclaimed director Penny Woolcock on her feature-length film On The Streets, which told the stories of a group of homeless people in London and won a Liberty Human Rights award.

Rob Manning was born and raised in London, where he lives and works. He trained at Brunel University and has a distinction in professional music and has studied music technology and modern ensemble composition. He began his career in television 15 years ago working as a professional sound recordist until switching to full-time composing in 2007.