Since graduating in Sound Arts & Design at The University of Arts London I have always had a passion in Sound for Film. I've been involved in all aspects including production recording, foley, adr engineering and fx editing and have continued to develop my skills in all areas as I strive to be the best I can be. I find myself where I am happiest now as a dubbing mixer and sound designer.
I've worked on jobs for many reputable organisations including, Natwest, BBC, Nike, Tetley, Xbox, Channel 5, Ocado and Ralph Lauren. I've also continued to work on short films and features, many of which have won awards and recognition around the world including Best Sound for Godless Nights.
In 2010 I travelled to China as the Sound Designer for a theatrical collaboration between The University of the Arts London and Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts. Sponsored by the British Council we performed at the Shanghai World Expo for over 5 weeks.
On my return I continued to freelance which lead me to a full time position at Channel 5 where I have been since; working on commercials, sponsorship and promos. I've also steadily increased my programming credits and have worked on some of Channel 5's more adventurous shows including Limbless Mountaineer, The McCanns and the Conman and The Plantagenets as well as Channel 5's flagship shows such as Criminals Caught on Camera and Never Teach your Wife to Drive.
In late 2014 I will be Heading up the sound department for a docu-drama feature about an Art-heist. Other projects are also in the pipeline to finish off the year and lead me into 2015 including a Predator fan film and an undisclosed horror film.