about

live sound engineer

studio engineer

sound designer

session bassist

A Short Biography

I have just completed my final year of my second degree in Music Production at Leeds College of Music. I have been involved with music from an early age, starting to play bass guitar aged 10, with my experience and knowledge growing ever since. Around six years ago I became involved in live sound engineering and have since worked for various theatres, sound companies, festivals and bands across the UK and abroad.

With a vast knowledge in music theory enables me to sculpt the best possible ambience and sound from any system.

Education & Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) - Music Production (BAHons MP); Leeds College of Music
  • Foundation Degree (Merit) - Commercial Music Production and Recording (FD CMPR); Leeds College of Music
  • A-levels:
    • Music Production / Technology
    • Computing
    • Design and Technology (Resistant Materials)
  • 10 GCSEs

Licenses & Training

  • PAL (IPAF) 1A 3A 3B
  • PASMA
  • Working at height
  • UK Rigging – Rigging for Entertainment industries
  • UK driving Licences:
    • CAT A
    • CAT B

Future Qualifications

  • Rigging NRC level 1 through 3
  • HGV licence (Cat C + E)

Safety Equipment

In order to enable me to work at height safely I carry my own personal protective equipment, which in addition to standard steel toe cap boots, high visibility clothing, gloves and head, ear and eye protection also includes the following specialist working at heights equipment (To list a few):

  • Checkmate PBH 5 point harness (valid until 2016)
  • Checkmate SAL4 Shock Lanyard
  • Checkmate LRA Adjustable Lanyard
  • DMM Zodiac x 2
  • Wildcountry Nitro
  • Cobra 10.3mm x 30 m (Breaking load 9KN)
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