Producer, mixer, engineer and sound designer based in London.
I’ve been involved in music production for over 20 years, working internationally, and across genres. As well as producing artists, I’ve had experience in a wide range of projects. From recording and mixing, to touring as sound director and FOH, to producing live music for video, but all the while working with and developing emerging musical talent.
Starting out as a runner at Van Morrison’s studio in Bath, I then moved to Great Linford Manor studio to assist and become in-house engineer. Here I got to work alongside many great bands and producers like Dave Fridmann, Chris Sheldon, Gil Norton, Stephen Street. Relocating to London in 2003 I began working at Westside, Townhouse and Olympic studios where I had the opportunity to work closely with Cenzo Townshend and engineer various projects including Razorlight, the Magic Numbers and Graham Coxon. In 2006 I went freelance to record and mix the no.1 album ‘the Trick to Life’ by the Hoosiers. Since then I’ve produced and engineered an eclectic mix, from pop (One Direction, 5SOS, Olly Murs, Astrid S) to band projects (The Temperance Movement, VANT, Scrounge, King Herd) to more alternative music (The Irrepressibles, Alberta Cross).
I’ve also moved into sound design and sound mixing having been inspired by my involvement in the soundtrack to Notes On Blindness which was nominated for 6 British Independent Film Awards (winning the Best Documentary Award) and was nominated for 3 BAFTAs.