Audio technician for 2 day music festival.

  • Preparing installations (4-channel) for Adam Basanta & Lee Patterson.

  • Setting up 10ch speaker system in main hall (Halle St. Peters).

  • Stage audio setup & routing.

  • Live stage-hand and interchange for complex audio routings.

Cut & Splice is as an acclaimed international festival of sound art and experimental music presented by Sound and Music and BBC Radio 3. Composers are invited to lead on the curation and production of the festival, as part of Sound and Music’s wider Composer-Curator touring programme. Performances and artist interviews are broadcast on Radio 3’s flagship contemporary music show, Hear and Now.


Replacement technician for the NOVARS electroacoustic research centre when Jon Tipler is off / unavailable.

Responsibilities include:

  • looking after equipment (microphones, computers, recorders etc. . .).

  • Loaning out gear to students and resident artists.

  • Ensuring that network and studio accounts run smoothly.

  • Studio maintenance. Ensuring that all equipment works in the 4 studios at NOVARS and that it is in a clean professional condition.

  • Studio inductions, going over heath and safety regulations, going through the studio set up and power down for new users.

  • On hand help, being available to help with any studio or account related issues.

  • Cabling, making and repairing bespoke audio connectors.


Masters of syria


Live sound for Masters of Syria, reduced 10 piece ensemble for the ‘Celebrating Syria Festival 2018’ in Manchester.

The ensemble has performed concerts and in festivals across Europe and have worked with singer Damon Albarn as part of his collective project to reunite the Syrian National Orchestra.

Breaking the silence


Live sound tech:

Imperial War Museup North / Brighter Sound

Working alongside Manchester-based music charity Brighter Sound, IWM North will mark 100 years of Remembrance and the final commemorations of the First World War Centenary with a sonic performance from young musicians in Manchester.

Taking inspiration from the current Lest We Forget exhibition, IWM’s collections and contemporary sounds of our society, Breaking the Silence will be an experimental and poignant reminder of the legacy of the First World War and how it still shapes the world we live in today.

Photo: Kelly Jayne jones

SEED live


Live Technician for Seed Studios performance at St. Johns Church (June 2018), with performances by Dematchou, Joel Taylor (Leo) and Noise Orchestra.

The get together X Ramen and Sazeracs

Live Sound Engineer

Presented by: Big People Music

Presenting A New Eating Experience; bringing to life an evening filled with fusional flavours, networking and music w/ Ramen&Sazeracs.

The supper club culture is booming, and rightly so, because it offers the full experience. Due to the saturation of eateries in the city, discerning diners are always on the hunt for something that offers that little bit extra, whether it be authenticity, conversations or a meeting of mutual interests.

TGT episode 004 presents ‘The Supper Club Sessions’ - a night of collaborative artistry between creatives whose aim is to delight your senses through a series of playful dishes, live music and social conversations. Serving up whole mains of creativity with a side of culture, we would like to invite you to come sit with us at the next table so let loose, let’s eat and let’s connect.

Especially curated for the authentic and willing.


Black then . black now

Head Sound Engineer

Launch Day - Tues 1st October 2019. Black History is History.

Come and experience black culture through a series of art performances and workshops curated from real life stories of the diaspora surrounding food, creativity, health and well being from the likes of: @shebekeke // // @naidavina
// @locksofine // @rakayaskolor
// @aiucentre + more.