My research spans environmental sound, sonic atmospheres, acoustic ecology, spatio-acoustic aesthetics and immersive audio. My practice-based doctoral thesis investigated spatial aesthetics in immersive sound-worlds, examining the role of sonic spatiality in the affective experience of audio and multisensory environments, and in communication of concepts and ideas.
Projects are largely practice-based, but follow a methodology similar to Smith and Dean’s iterative cyclic web (Smith and Dean, 2014) where practice-led research and research-led practice are combined to produce different types of outcomes.
I am currently working independently on research projects, and always welcome collaborations, so please feel free to get in touch.
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The notepad is a blog featuring quotes, thoughts, questions, and current reading that relate to my research.
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