Choreography of Sound- Preview Exhibition at The Point, Eastleigh

Huge thank you to The Point for hosting a preview of my immersive sound exhibition The Choreography of Sound. The exhibition gave me an opportunity to test some of the recordings I have made while researching the project, and get some audience feedback on what has been successful so far. Hear what it sounds like…

Do people with hidden disabilities hear sound differently?

In Brighton the sound of seagulls, traffic and people blend into a mixture of noise that most people have unconsciously trained their minds to filter out. Modern life has added a fairly invasive mix of mobile notification sounds, buzzing home appliances, music piped into every shop, self service check out machines, and phone waiting music…

The Turbine Hall

Following my hugely enjoyable and successful collaboration with Japanese dance artist Aya Kobayashi at the Tate Britain last October (see blog post), we were delighted that the Tate Families team asked us to be part of a new project at the Tate Modern this February. Inspired by Richard Tuttle's 'I Don't Know' we created a piece…

BP Family Festival- Tate Britain

Tate Britain is one of the most inspiring places I may ever get to work in my life. 'Reclining Figure 2014' was a collaboration with London based Japanese dance artist Aya Kobayashi commissioned for the BP Family Festival at Tate Britain. Set in the Henry Moore room, fabric costumes transformed members of the public into living and…

In Ghent with Platform-K

I wizzed over to Ghent (Belgium) on the Eurostar for three days this week, to work with an inspiring inclusive dance company called Platform-K (english link here). I'm currently composing a new soundtrack for a dance work being choreographed by George Adams for Integrance, a project funded by EU Culture Programme, which brings together Sg2 (Stopgap Dance Company’s…

Wilton’s Strike! Dance Festival 2014

It was my huge pleasure to perform at the magnificent Wilton's Music Hall for the opening night of their brand new Strike! Dance Festival. As the oldest musical hall in the world, it is one of London's most precious and hidden gems, and it resonates history and charm in every room. I also had the rare…

Exclusive new track- Bagyo

Following the catastrophic typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines in november 2013, I have released an exclusive new track on an album titled Sisters and Brothers. Sisters and Brothers is a charity album featuring some fantastic musicians from all over the world, and all the proceeds from the album will go directly to he British Red Cross's Typhoon…

Weightless gets the heavy treatment

Military Helicopters, distorted Electronica, and Cello can only mean one thing... Yep, Yael Flexer's back on tour, and with it goes my international collaboration with Isreali Cellist and Composer Karni Postel. The soundtrack is a massive array of sound, building all the way from quiet melancholic drones to a huge rumbling of twenty helicopters overhead.…

January 2013

Wow, what a flying start to 2013. Only a month has gone by, and amongst the snow and rain, I've already been involved in some fantastic projects. First there was Metsä, a short art film with Bella Kardasis, shot and recorded at Stanmer Park on a frosty morning; then the Mayakaras, Lila Dance's fantastic youth…

Movember

Its November, the month of fireworks, way too early christmas adverts, and thanks to the rise of Australian based charity 'Movember', moustaches. Helping to raise awareness and funds about men’s health, particularly prostate cancer, Movember encourages Men all over the world to embrace the tuft under their nose for the whole month of November. I'm…