Music has always had a profound presence in my life. My introduction to the musical world came at the age of ten in the form of weekly piano lessons but before long I was also playing trombone and attending a junior scholarship at the Birmingham Conservatoire. Throughout I found my ears being drawn closer to the diverse sounds of contemporary music and it was whilst playing in a band that I began to see how technology can be used to manipulate sound. The creative possibilities fascinated me.
I was hooked.
In 2012 I enrolled in BA(Hons) Sound Technology at Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). My studies gave me a breadth of experience in studio recording, live sound, acoustics & sound design for TV & Film. Following graduation I moved to London to work as a technical audio engineer at Twickenham Film Studios and then as audio technician in sole charge of the 'Palace Theatre' performance space of the cruise ship Carnival Fascination (image below). Now as a freelance audio engineer I am based in Birmingham where I also continue to work occasionally in live sound at the New Alexandra Theatre.
I frequently use a local professional studio for the majority of my work and am also equipped for location recording, meaning I am able to cater for all manner of projects. Click here to see my current equipment list.
For more information, please see my services page to find out more.