Morning Frost

In the morning when the sun rises and the darkness retreats the ice from the morning frost has often staked its claim to the land, albeit usually temporarily. Morning Frost – Instrumental Ambient Music Video, featuring the beautiful landscapes of Iceland. Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from the album, To the Lighthouse.… Continue Reading


Led Through the Woods By the Hand

Being lost, being found and being guided through strange, peculiar and sometimes frightening landscapes and places. The narrative of the music is specifically influenced by a dream of Agent Dale Cooper leading Laura Palmer through the woods in Twin Peaks. Led Through the Woods By the Hand – Instrumental Contemporary Classical Music Video, featuring the… Continue Reading


Field of View

Someone once told me that that Icelanders say, ‘You see the land’ in Iceland because there aren’t all that many trees, and so you can always see the landscapes wherever you are. Field of View – Instrumental Ambient Music Video, featuring the beautiful landscapes of Iceland. Written, performed & produced by Stephen Caulfield. Taken from… Continue Reading


The Hallway

One of the main reasons I first wanted to visit Iceland was because of all the volcanic and geothermal activity. Over the years I’ve been lucky enough to visit lots of stunning locations all over the country and seen it first hand. It’s a real reminder of the power and beauty of nature and the… Continue Reading


There’s a Storm Coming In

In Iceland the weather can change very quickly and can go from beautiful sunshine to a rainstorm and back again in a matter of minutes. There is a saying in Iceland, ‘If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes!’ and I feel I fully understand that now. There’s a Storm Coming In –… Continue Reading


Passing Through the Town

We stayed at this lovely hotel on our first visit to Iceland and many time since there too. I had great fun editing hours of time-lapse footage into a composite video that shows all the traffic passing the hotel during the night. I then had even more fun editing certain elements to highlight the drum… Continue Reading


Make the Call

It was a long drive for many hours up a dead end road to get to Djúpavík, but it was well worth it. It’s a remote and desolate location, but the people there were so warm and welcoming. I can’t wait to go back there again someday. Make the Call – Piano Instrumental Music Video,… Continue Reading


Lava Fields

I found the Icelandic landscape to be particularly inspiring when making the music for To the Lighthouse. In the specific case of this song – the way that the land meets the sea and the rhythm and relationship between the two. Lava Fields – Instrumental Contemporary Classical Music Video, featuring the beautiful landscapes of Iceland.… Continue Reading


To the Lighthouse

I’m very pleased to say my new album, To the Lighthouse is released today. I have been working on it for 5 years on and off and it is a real labour of love that I am very proud of. I really hope you enjoy it. This link lets you buy or stream it from… Continue Reading