SongWise Productions is a musical collaboration that was formed between Airlie Scott and Simon Clark to produce the “Skyward” inspirational CD, give occasional concerts, record existing sacred songs and publish new music.

Airlie Scott is a singer and actress with her heart in soulful, inspirational music.

Airlie originally trained at the Royal College of Music / Royal Academy of Music in Musical Theatre. Her performing career in theatre and music has taken her around the UK, Europe, South Africa, to the Caribbean and the United States. She has performed on Broadway, in the West End, musicals, theatre, cabaret as well as film and TV. She is also a jazz singer performing regularly bands Pronto Swing & The Hot Jazz Vagabonds in London and the home counties. See

In the inspirational music field she was very active as one third of the Newsong Group. Between 2005 and 2016 they were giving concerts, touring,  running workshops and took part in conferences and youth summits in the UK, South Africa, the States. They recorded and produced 4 albums- “Songburst- Hymns with a Beat”, ‘Gracenotes- Songs of Love and Peace”, “Upbeats-Songs with Spirit!” and “Soulscapes” and an E.P “Lean, Let, Love” which have been sold worldwide through the Christian Science publishing Society, the Art Store and their own websites. These are still available now through writer Andrew D. Brewis’ website.


Simon Clark is a composer, organist and pianist.  He divides his time between composing, playing the organ and teaching the piano to adults and children.  He is well-known as a composer of choral and organ music and his music is published predominantly by Kevin Mayhew Publishers in the UK and by Jackman Music in the USA. Simon is also a composer for Watchfire Music, a digital sheet music publishing outfit based in New York.

Simon has written a number of church solos, some of which have been performed by former Mother Church  soloist, Julia Wade at Christian Science headquarters in Boston.

He has played the organ churches of a number of denominations in London. For some years he has also played the organ at Farm Street Church, Mayfair, the famous Jesuit church. He has also played at a number of English cathedrals and at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Simon studied at the Royal Academy of Music.  He is also an Associate of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO) and a Licentiate of the London College of Music (LLCM).