Bethan Kellough is a sound artist and composer. She specialises in creating immersive sound-worlds, drawing from environmental sound and field recording practices. Her ambisonic compositions and installations have been exhibited internationally, and her debut release on Touch was listed in Rolling Stone’s 20 Best Avant Albums of 2016. Other sound work includes additional music for Terrence Malick’s A Hidden Life, sound design for Occulus Rift VR experience SPHERES, and field recordings for the New York Times Magazine’s Voyages issue 2018. She holds a PhD from the University of Glasgow.
She currently lives in Los Angeles and when she is not in the studio or out in the field she can usually be found in a kayak.
For more information view her Curriculum Vitae.