Ed Tullett is a prolific producer and songwriter born in Oxford, England, living in Cardiff, Wales.

Recently, Tullett has been working with Jemima Coulter, amongst others, on their collaborative open-ended project Hailaker. Their first two songs, 'Rainmaker / Earthbound' were released October 2018, with two more - 'Coma / Smoke / I Could Be Back' - following via The FADER in February 2019. The project's self-titled record was released in April 2019. A second record, 'Holding', followed in April 2020. They are currently working on more music.

Tullett’s work includes 'Heiress', a 2017 collaborative record with Welsh alt-folk artist Novo Amor, after their singles 'Faux' and 'Alps' in 2014 and 2016 respectively. He also co-writes Novo Amor's material, including his 'Bathing Beach' EP, debut album "Birthplace" (2018) and widely-acclaimed follow-up 'Cannot Be, Whatsoever' (2020). The pair continue to collaborate on many projects.

In August 2018, Lissom, a collaborative album with French pianist Julien Marchal was released. A second record is being prepared for a 2021 release.

Tullett writes and produces for many other artists, including Aaron Smith, whose April 2020 single 'Brother' Tullett co-wrote and co-produced.

Music that Tullett has written and/or produced has totalled over 500 million Spotify streams, and been used in countless film, TV and media productions.