Fatleg was founded by Jonathan and Justine Dunn.
Jonathan’s career in video games began over 25 years ago at Ocean Software, Manchester, where he composed music for many titles including huge movie licences such as Jurassic Park, Looney Toons and RoboCop.
Jonathan is a renowned 8-bit musician whose chip music is still being sampled by present day artists. The hugely popular RoboCop theme was recently featured on the titles of Charlie Brooker's Channel 4 show - How Video Games Changed The World. It has also been used in an Ariston TV advert, the cartoon, Dilbert 3 as well as being sampled by rapper Lil B.
As house music producer, Soularis, Jonathan has produced and remixed records for major labels including Sony, EMI and Ministry of Sound.
As independent author Justine M Dunn, Justine has published three volumes of her short story collections, The Curious Anthology as well as her debut novel, Beach Lanes. She is currently nearing the completion of her second novel, The Foundling. www.justinemdunn.com