My name is David, a sound artist and programmer from Kent. I spend most of my time tinkering with Arudinos, electronics and Max MSP, striving to find unique and unfamiliar ways in which to create music and manipulate sound.
This website aims to detail some of the more ambitious projects I've undertaken in the last couple of years, along with hosting a brief portfolio demonstrating a number of more conventional works also produced in that time.
Please feel free to look around and if you have any questions or ideas, head on over to the contact page (here) to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you.
WHAT I DO
My key working focus is helping to bring conceptual software designs to life, whether it be performance applications for the stage, audio manipulation for the studio or audiovisual software written for art spaces. If you have something in mind please get in touch. I'd love to collaborate and I'm always on the lookout for new people and projects to inspire me.
A true child of the nineties, I have an inextinguishable passion for both video games and film. As such, I treasure any opportunity to work within these realms of sound design and have built up my own library of sound elements and software patches over the years, along with gaining experience across a wide range of multimedia software applications for both film and game design.
COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTION
Whilst my interests and skills have developed a particular focus within the realms of programming and sound art, my love for composition, engineering, production and just generally making a whole mess of noise with a bunch of people, remains as strong as ever. I am proficient in both analogue and digital recording systems with my own home studio set up and I play and compose using a number of instruments.
GET IN TOUCH
Whether you're looking for more examples of my work, proposing new ventures and collaborations or if you simply have some questions about my previous or upcoming projects, please feel free to contact me using the form below.
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