Chris’s passion is for creative and immersive theatre sound design. He works closely within the theatre production and devising process to explore the possibilities of sound and music to enhance the performance and help drive narrative.
His explorations with music began as a child, first learning piano and later guitar before beginning to experiment with producing electronic music in his early twenties. Since 2015 he has created sound and music for a range of theatre productions many of which have toured nationally.
As well as has his theatre work, Chris produces his own experimental electronic music using a variety of studio equipment and techniques including a modular synthesiser (See photo below). He has recently finished composing his first solo album and occasionally performs as one half of electronic improv duo SatNav.
In 2019 Chris completed a Masters in Creative Sound and Media Technology at Bath-Spa University.
In 2015 he attended the Sound Design For Theatre summer school at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
Between 2006 & 2010 he was a founding member of Collective-Era, a visual arts collective based first in Oxford then in Brighton.
He graduated in BA Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University in 2005.