Recording woodpeckers in a beech forest with a parabolic reflector.

I’m a UK-based wildlife sound recordist and audio specialist, whose work explores the unique and intricate sonic detail of the natural world.


The main driving force behind my practice in the field is the ongoing formation of an extensive, high-quality sound library, which will eventually be provided to leading conservation organisations and research institutions worldwide. Incorporating valuable location, weather, technical and behavioural metadata, this ever-growing collection of sounds is meticulously edited and curated using the latest technologies.

To date, it broadly comprises:

  • individual and grouped species;
  • natural events and phenomena (e.g. wind, rain); and
  • soundscapes and ambient environments across a range of biomes.

As an active conservationist and acoustic ecologist, I’m particularly interested in examining the sonic interaction between our (increasingly intertwined) artificial and natural environments, and exploring the narrative potential of wildlife sound recording through a series of unique recording projects. In my spare time, I also create short environmental films and audio-visual works.

During periods of editing and curation, I usually post updates on my blog. If you'd like to get in touch directly, please fill out the form below and I'll try to get back as soon as I can (bear in mind that I spend significant amounts of time in the field).

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Current Memberships

Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT)



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