It's been a long while since my last post, but I'm coming up for air. It's been a long winter for yours truly but I'm coming out the other side with a lot of really cool work that I can now start to share. I've got a big collection of new tracks that are finished and I'll be staggering the release of these over the next few months. Some of these tracks have come out of a couple of film scores I've been lucky enough to work on over the winter, so I'll be updating the blog when these films are released, but more on that later.
Aside from producing a load of new tracks last winter, I also worked on a couple of really great film projects. The first of these was Sand Men, a short documentary by Tal Amiran. The film follows 3 Romanian sculptors who use their art as a means to survive and provide for their families on the streets of London. The film is simultaneously heartbreaking and hopeful and is currently doing very well with film festival selections around the world. As soon as the film is released I will post details on the blog.
Aside from my freelance work, I've also been working on some excellent exhibition projects in my role with the Imperial War Museum. People Power: Fighting For Peace, an exhibition looking at the opposition and protest to war in Britain over the last 100 years, opened at IWM London on March 28th. Another exhibition, Syria: A Conflict Explored, opens on the 27th April. My role on both of these exhibitions has been to manage the specification and installation of the audio visual elements in the galleries. Both of the exhibitions run until late August/early September so plenty of time to check them out. Here are some pictures from People Power...
As you can see, my lack of web updates over the last few months hasn't been without good reason. This post hasn't even scratched the surface of the body of work I've got to share, but for now I'll sign off hopefully leaving you keen for more. I'll be back in a few weeks with details of more tracks, film projects, and an exciting new project I'm embarking on with Escape Plan. I'll also have photos and news from the launch of Syria: A Conflict Explored at IWM London.
Until then, thanks for reading and feel free to drop me a message on here or on Twitter.