MSc Audio Production (Distinction) - University of Salford - (2019)
BSc (Hons) Creative Music Technology (First) - Staffordshire University - (2015)
- Lost Weekend Festival of Music, Art, Ideas and Technology (PS45) - Exeter - (October 2017)
- Machynlleth Comedy Festival (Museum of Modern Art Wales) - Machynlleth - (April 2017)
- Digital Innovation in the Arts (Wales Millennium Centre) - Cardiff - (March 2017)
- FLUX Exhibition (The Old Truman Brewery) - London - (November 2016)
- National Museum of Welsh Slate (Museum Foundry) - LLanberis - (October 2016)
- SWN Music Festival (The Castle Emporium) - Cardiff - (October 2016)
- Celeste Arts Prize (Bargehouse - OXO Tower) - London - (October 2016)
- LLAWN04 Arts Festival (Victoria Arcade) - LLandudno - (September 2016)
- National Museum of Welsh Slate (Museum Foundry) - LLanberis - (August 2016)
- Cheltenham Music Festival (Parabola Arts Centre) - Cheltenham (July 2016)
- Machynlleth Comedy Festival (Museum of Modern Art Wales) - Machynlleth - (April 2016)
BBC Radio 4 Extra's coverage of the Electromechanical Lithophone at Machylleth Comedy Festival 2016 - (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0791h7l)
I am an audio researcher, producer, and technologist based in the UK. My current research explores the relationship between environmental context and engagement in headphone-based listening experiences. This is being conducted under the supervision of Prof. Damian Murphy and in collaboration with BBC R&D and XR Stories.
My work outside of research includes audio production for music, video games, film, and broadcast, whilst my work as a technologist involves the development of multidisciplinary sound installations and musical instruments.
In November 2020 I began a PhD under the supervision of Prof. Damian Murphy based in the AudioLab at the University of York. This project is in partnership with BBC R&D and XR Stories.
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