'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks
'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks

'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks
'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks

'The Wasp' - © Holly Matthams
'The Wasp' - © Holly Matthams

'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks
'Julius Caesar' - © Phil Brooks

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I found my interest in Sound Design back when I was studying A-Levels, having written a percussive piece inspired by the west-ends famous rhythmic masterpiece, 'Stomp'.

 

In 2018, when The UnDisposables were kickstarting their theatre collective, I decided to rekindle that passion and begin designing sound for theatre and short films. Since forming, I have been resident Sound Designer for most of the companies pieces of work including their 2018 debut at The Camden People's Theatre - 'Scratching The Surface'. Due to it's success, the company has gained a reputation as a fierce and supportive network of creatives ready to battle for the fringe theatre spotlight.

Since then, The UnDisposables have become a resident company of patron Ian McKellen's The Space Theatre in Canary Wharf, and I have had the pleasure of designing sound for their main body of works including Esther Joy Mackay's 'The Jailer's Daughter' (2019), Morgan Lloyd Malcolm's 'The Wasp' (2019) and William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar' (2020).

Below are some samples of my work - feel free to take a listen!

I am always looking to get involved with other aspiring individuals & companies and am currently taking bookings, so please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any queries.