About

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qualifications

 

MSc Audio Production (Distinction) - University of Salford - (2019)

BSc (Hons) Creative Music Technology (First) - Staffordshire University - (2015)

 

Exhibitions

- 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)

Press

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 area of research explores the creative applications and technical challenges relating to the production of context aware personalised audio experiences. 

 

My work outside of research includes audio production for music, video games, film & 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.

If you are interested in working together on a project please contact:

 

info@jayharrisonaudio.co.uk

© Jay Harrison 2021