Patterna is now available for download – get it here!
With music and sound from yours truly, procedurally-generated logic puzzler Patterna is now on Steam Greenlight. Developer Sebastian Schoener has been working on something very special and it’s turning into a really innovative game with a sleek presentation. I’ve been writing some pensive and minimal music to go with it, so why not take a look […]
I play the guitar in a 5 piece band called Glossom that recently went to Elevator Studios to record a live session on film. It was the second of two fairly long days over the weekend, but I found myself awake and feeling it was time to leave at 2:30am. We crammed into our sax player’s car […]
Started working with programmer Sebastian Schoener to create music and sound for his upcoming logic puzzle game ‘Patterna’. Here’s a peek at the cerebral sounds incoming! Sebastian and I met whilst we were both part of the Company of Heroes: Eastern Front team and it’s great to be working together again. Keep an eye out […]
I took a very pleasant trip to Bury Art Museum on Thursday with a good friend of mine, where I performed Brébeuf once more – my live psaltery score to Stephen Broomer’s short film for Video Jam. I’ll admit that, when I first wrote the score, I felt strangely detached from it and took great […]
Have a read of this interview I did with Richard Bond for the university’s Student News section. I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2013, and here I talk about my changing music and business practises since then. Enjoy!
Brébeuf and my live score for psaltery is going to be performed once more at Bury Art Gallery on 18th February! If you missed it at Manchester Jewish Museum in November last year then now is your chance to see it at this brilliant free live event. Video Jam will be bringing together some of their […]
I have finally got round to recording my film score for Stephen Broomer’s ‘Brébeuf’ which was commissioned by Video Jam and performed at Manchester Jewish Museum on the 12th November 2015. If you missed the performance, then now is your chance to hear what it sounded like – enjoy! You can read more about my […]
After a successful day of performances on 14th November at The Walker Art Gallery, The Liverpool Players decided to take their production of Marie de France’s Bisclavret one step further and put together an audio-only version of the play. After creating the music and sounds for the live show, I too had been thinking whether […]
The Video Jam event at Manchester Jewish Museum draws closer. Next Thursday (12th) I will be joining Flamingods, Metaphysical Human, Layfullstop and the Sacred Sounds Women’s Choir in performing a live score for a selection of short films and extracts, all focussing around a brief of faith and ritual. I’ve been assigned to write for Brébeuf […]