Still Here (short Film) by Compass Dance

Still Here puts disabled dancers in the spotlight. It celebrates human resilience, strength and vulnerability through beautiful dancing in magnificent locations across East Anglia. Featuring choreography developed with each dancer by Rosa Kentwood and Gaelin Little, stunning cinematography from Poppie Skold, and an original soundtrack from Dougie Evans https://youtu.be/edjqU8z7NDU

Will & When: Our Garden

I recently had great fun writing the music for a new outdoor dance show for early years by Commotion Dance called Will & When: Our Garden. It's a gorgeous show which teaches young children the importance of helping things grow, with some hilarous moments from the two characters, and awesome dancing of course! The main…

Sound Design- The Hotel Experience

If you are wondering how we made the immersive soundtrack to Lîla Dance's new show The Hotel Experience you've come to the right place. The Hotel Experience is a new dance show currently touring theatres and rural venues around the UK. It features music and sound design in 6.1 surround sound, so that no matter…

They Live Next Door

They Live Next Door is a dance theatre show performed by 2 professional older dancers who take us on an emotional rollercoaster with some highly physical movement. We watch the relationship between the two men unravel, and witness their ever-changing bond through heart-warming moments of love and tenderness, contrasted with bouts of conflict and manipulation.  They…

Researching the Choreography of Sound

Following an 8 year career writing and designing sound for contemporary dance, the Choreography of Sound is my first attempt at taking away the dancers and exploring just the movement of sound. After all, sound is a wave; and exists only within movement. So what happens when I start to shape how that sound moves in…

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…