Guy graduated from Kingston University with a first class BMus (Hons) degree in 2001. After gaining a PGCE and MA(dist.) in teaching, he taught secondary music for four years before completing a MMus(dist.) in composition at Royal Holloway, University of London. Over the years, Guy has won numerous accolades for his compositions and his many teaching and media pieces have been used throughout the world. He was awarded a PhD in composition at Royal Holloway under the supervision of composer Mark Bowden and also worked as a composition tutor within the department. Recent works include 'Through Glass Mountains' for orchestra (2013), 'Three Haiku, for large choir and organ' (2011), 'Thy Heavenly Grace Inspyre for Organ' (2012), plus music to the radio play 'The Landlady' (2012) by Roald Dahl.
Current projects include a musical based on Oscar Wilde's Canterville Ghost, a new Christmas carol based on a text written by a NES member, and 'Pharaoh's Shuffle' for chamber orchestra.
When not composing, Guy enjoys freelancing as a professional conductor and arranger for both choirs and instrumental ensembles. He has worked with all ages, and conducts other groups including Voices Anon (Maidenhead) and Windsor Soundwell Choir. In 2012, Guy was appointed MD for Slough Windsor & Maidenhead Theatre Company for their production of Titanic the Musical at the Theatre Royal, Windsor (November 2012). He was also musical director for Ocean (Youth) Theatre Company, directing performances of Dr Dolittle, Addams Family The Musical, and West Side Story.
In addition to musical pursuits, Guy is currently training to be a hypnotherapist and counsellor.
Guy is published by Hayo Music and is a Fellow of the Royal Society Of Arts and member of The Incorporated Society of Musicians.