I’m a freelance audio producer based in big ol’ London. My pronouns are he/him.
I’ve worked on documentaries and podcasts for clients like BBC Sounds, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, VICE, Tate, The Times, Chanel, The Barbican, The Allusionist, The Browser, Ryanair, Scottee and Doc Society.
I’m used to producing projects from start to finish, which means I can work with clients on every stage of the process – from idea development to recording, editing and sound design. I do this for projects ranging from one-on-one conversation podcasts through to complex, sound rich audio documentaries.
At the moment I am open doing more sound design and mixing gigs, alongside exciting producing opportunities. So definitely get in touch about all those things!
A few examples of my work…
- VENT (VICE UK)
A project for the London Borough of Culture (Brent 2020). Our show ‘VENT Documentaries’ won Podcast of the Year at the British Podcast Awards in 2021
- Kaleidoscope (BBC Radio 4)
A personal documentary about trans youth and the UK media
- Stories of our times (The Times & The Sunday Times)
The Times’s daily current affairs / documentary podcast, where I’ve produced episodes as well as doing sound design and mixing
- Who’s A Good Dog
A delightful and wholesome interview show, where Kate Leaver speaks to people about the best topic on earth, dogs
- Soundhouse (The Barbican)
I curated a listening room for the Barbican’s Soundhouse project in 2020, on the theme ‘Intimacy and distance’
- NB (BBC Sounds)
A podcast series hosted by C Benedict and Amrou Al-Kadhi which aimed to ‘dismantle the gender binary, one big question at a time’
- Chanel Connects (Chanel)
Creative legends like Tilda Swinton, Pharrell Williams, Edward Enninful and many more, in conversation on topics ranging from art, music, fashion, architecture and beyond
- Pride & Joy (BBC Sounds)
A podcast series about queer families, hosted by journalist Freddy McConnell
- Climb When Ready (Short Cuts for BBC Radio 4)
A short documentary about indoor climbing and being trans, which won the Miller Audio Prize in 2020, in the documentary category
You can hear more of my work over on SoundCloud or by looking through the posts on the homepage of this site.
I like working on things that feel meaningful in some way – maybe because they’re fascinating or joyous, or they help us understand the world better, or they’re connected to the arts or culture sectors. I love doing queer stories, and I’m a trans person myself so that’s something I have a particular interest in. I am also very into helping other people learn how to make their own audio projects, and I’d like to work on more projects where I can do teaching, mentoring and that sort of thing.
I get especially excited by audio made by people who don’t normally get listened to, people doing creative things in a DIY way, and people using the medium to explore the ways they’re being marginalised by society (plus how they use audio to push back against that marginalisation).
Ideally I want to work on projects that make the world better somehow. I think that can mean lots of different things, but we all kind of know it when we see it.
In my spare time, I am part of the organising team for Multitrack, an audio producer fellowship aimed at supporting emerging producers from underrepresented backgrounds to get a break into the radio and podcasting industry.
The fellowship provides paid placements at independent production companies, a networking and training programme, and opportunities (and support) to pitch for commissions with platforms like the BBC.
The goal of Multitrack is to provide substantial opportunities for emerging producers, while also pushing production companies (and the wider industry) to address issues of accessibility and inclusivity within radio and podcasting.