I am a Sound Engineer who has worked in Audio Post Production for over 13 years. Firstly at London’s Tamborine Productions, and then on a Freelance basis. 

I have worked on a plethora of BAFTA, Royal Television Society and British Animation Award winning - and nominated - shows. I’ve been lucky enough to work alongside some of the World’s most recognised talent, both on-screen and off; with leading brands and broadcasters; and pride myself on always delivering my projects on-time, to the highest standards, with the minimum of fuss. 

In my spare time, I enjoy getting on the stage with local amateur dramatics companies, whilst I’m also passionate about football (I have been an Arsenal FC season ticket holder for a number of years) and professional wrestling, making regular trips to the U.S. (and recently Japan) to watch the big events. 

I also have a wonderful collection of retro video games, and was recently featured in UK's Retro Gamer magazine. I have a Nintendo Virtual Boy on my desk.

Experience Sound Engineer, Freelance – 2014-Present

Since becoming a Freelancer I have undertaken projects at Radiant Post Production as their Senior Dubbing Mixer working on a selection of programming for C4 and Channel 5.  I have run sessions at Dean St Studios (using their monster SSL Duality Console), been the first engineer to use the brand new audio suite at Fifty Fifty Post (on their Avid S-Series mixer) and regularly work at Felt Studios (whose recent equipment overhaul I consulted on) and SNK Studios near Warren St. I have also recently delivered a long form Netflix Original series, as Dubbing Mixer, providing consultation and posting their first ever documentary series to be mixed in 5.1 with its entire workflow in 4k. 

I was also asked to be on two separate judging panels for the 2014 British Academy Children’s Awards, and was on the juries for Best Camera, Best Editing and Best Sound craft categories at the 2015 Royal Television Society Student Awards.

Sound Engineer, Tamborine Productions Ltd.; London – 2004-2014

I have been very fortunate to have received a comprehensive grounding in Audio Post Production at Tamborine. Since joining from University, I covered most bases in terms of what you can achieve in the recording studio. It being a relatively small firm meant I got hands-on experience in all aspects of the process in bringing projects to the screen, both large and small, as well as radio and web-based productions. I was put in front of clients, directors, producers and actors from almost the get-go, so am happiest working collaboratively with others. I started at Tamborine as an Audio Assistant, swiftly becoming an Editor, scooping two British Animation Awards with the first project I worked on and haven't looked back. I was an engineer there for over ten years, covering casting, recording, editing, mixing and musical projects on a near-constant basis. I have worked on Features, as well as Factual, Comedy, Children’s, Animation, and Commercial TV programming; Corporate films and various Radio Productions.