I create audiovisual tracks using a variety of methods and techniques, usually editing snippets of audiovisual improvisations made using hardware and software. My approach to these creations is purely experimental, always striving to create a true audiovisual composition rather than a music video.
Audiovisual track created with no computer other than the one used to render the final file. Both the audio and video were a result of hardware only. The video was recorded using a PAL tape DV camera which was upscaled in After Effects.
Audiovisual track created in collaboration with Andy Rowe (slate pipe banjo draggers) and Silveriofunk. The soundtrack was edited out of jam session recordings while the video is an audio visualisation created in After Effects.
Audiovisual track created in collaboration with producer Silveriofunk who was responsible for the audio. The track was part of the live audiovisual show Maya, which was premiered at the BFI in 2011
Track created in collaboration with producer Silveriofunk who was responsible for the audio.