I began my sound career as recording engineer in 1968, working with many artists at KPM, Orange and Utopia; I produced singles with John Miles and many Orange label artists. I also toured as a FOH mixer with Cliff Richard, James Brown, The Temptations and Pentangle.
I migrated to ITV, mixing news and documentaries in 1978 at Southern Television and later as Head of Dubbing at TVS Maidstone.
I began TV Drama & Feature Film mixing in London in 1989 at VideoLondon and then dB Post, until it's demise in 2002.
I then continued to work as a freelance Re-recording Mixer, Sound Editor, Foley recordist/editor and ran a mobile ADR recording facility called Loopsync.
I have also been a sessional lecturer at Ravensbourne from 2005 to 2016, teaching students the current methods of Post-production Sound.
I was nominated for a BAFTA Sound award for “Longitude” in 2002 and won a CAS award in the USA for “Shackleton” in 2003.
I have been a long serving member of The Association of Motion Picture Sound, having spent 10 years on the commitee.