I’m an audio producer and workshop facilitator based in Bristol.
I’ve made documentaries about turning dreams into poetry, an Essex village crime-wave, a two-part series on Karachi’s ambulance drivers, the tuning frequency 440 hertz, dating apps and heartbreak.
I’ve worked on the multi award-winning Forest 404 with Becky Ripley (producing the companion talks); the Lovie award-winning BBC Earth podcast with Emily Knight, and I developed and launched an original series with Crack Magazine, called Unsung.
I’m also a keen sound designer, and have collaborated with the award-winning poet Fiona Benson and producer Mair Bosworth to create a collection of sound poetry pieces, In The Company of Insects.
Aside from making audio, I run podcasting workshops for beginners as part of the Bristol Experimental Expanded Film (BEEF) collective, and welcome opportunities to teach the craft. I’m also in a tap dancing sewing machine duo, Tap Sew (I’m ‘tap’). We have a cassette tape release, ‘Restitched’, available here.
Previously I lived in Hanoi, Vietnam, where I ran the speakeasy-music venue CAMA ATK. We hosted Awesome Tapes From Africa, Mykki Blanco, Based on Kyoto, a Gudrun Gut women-into-production workshop, a Vincent Moon film seminar and much more. I also helped to run two annual ASEAN Pride festivals focussing on South East Asian music and raising awareness of LGBTQ+ rights.