Butchered

Stumble across a clearing in the woods where the trees are bleeding having been sacrificed in our increasing consumption of the Earth’s resources. Agriculture and the cultivation of meat is responsible for 75%… Continue reading

New music composition

Transatlantic Pulse – solo percussionist with electronics. Throwing Stones in Glass Houses – flute, clarinet, oboe, violin I, II, cello, vibraphone, bass guitar, live electronics. Performed in Middleton Hall, Hull. In the Age… Continue reading

Ripples on the surface

InTransit & Hackney Wicked: Nesting Instinct

Sit inside a giant bird’s nest, fantastical in size, and listen to a composed soundscape of juxtaposed environmental sounds. The nest is constructed using traditional weaving techniques, taking inspiration from the way that… Continue reading

Painting: Symbiosis

   

Paper Weights

Paper Weights is inspired by The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and is entirely composed with samples of paper – rustling, scribbling, flicking, tearing. The delicacy of the sounds you may expect to emerge… Continue reading

Access Denied at Open Wall exhibition

From 26-28 February 2014, my series of paintings titled Access Denied was featured in the Open Wall exhibition at Façade, a pop-up gallery housed in a disused bank in the heart of London’s… Continue reading

Sound Sculpture

Eavesdropping is an interactive installation designed to encourage reflection on our very human understandings of nature and its sonic landscape. Suspended in a tree, the sculpture presents samples of environmental sound and noises that… Continue reading

Music in the Shape of a Cube

Music in the Shape of a Cube is a contextual remix wherein environmental factors are used to create a site-specific participatory rendition of Philip Glass’s similarly named piece Music in the Shape of… Continue reading

The Paths We Tread

The Paths We Tread is an outdoor interactive sound installation constructed with telephones and a giant hopscotch board which presents stories of the earth trodden over by potentially thousands of people throughout history. The… Continue reading