I composed music and created the sound desgin for this trip up to the Highlands with Chris Boardman. From the Guardian: "In 1992 Chris Boardman won gold at the Olympics. It was Britain’s first cycling medal at the Games since 1920. In 1996 he set a one-hour record of 56.375km using his famous Superman position. He speaks to the Guardian about his career and his relationship with the Scottish Highlands"
A series of short interviews for the Guardian, featuring A&E doctors revealing an amusing, pognant or personally important episode in their medical career. A good case of not wanting to do too much with sound to distract from the lovely performances – just the odd touch of simple music and some sound design. The whole series can be seen here.
From the Guardian: "Leading actors perform key Shakespeare speeches in a set of videos that capture the romance, tragedy, villainy and magic of his plays". I did some simple sound design and music for this series, which can be viewed here.
Just unearthed this track after many years, done with Brains and Hunch. It was for some hair-brained Guardian japery, the details of which escape me, but I'm sure it related to a news story suggesting you only needed to sell 12 singles to get to number one … Or something. Anyway, the project clearly went astray in Guardian towers somewhere between "Hey, here's a fun idea!" and "Hey, it's not going to work!". It does feature some quite good panting.
Well, he woke me up, so I thought I might as well record him …