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Field recordings are the bones of my practice. Every soundscape has its own natural form, crescendo and decrescendo, tension and release. This inherent structure in field recordings provides form for my work, a scaffold around which I can build and hang my sonic explorations. 

My aim is to bear witness. To preserve, to revive, and to revel. Memories are created and morphed by our internal narrative. Field recordings are subject to this same force. They allow for exploration of the confluence of ‘objective’ past and ‘subjective’ present, and to reflect upon both an external world and internal reaction.

Lyneham Bugs
00:00 / 00:46
Geese at Nymphenburg Palace
00:00 / 00:27
Copenhagen Bells
00:00 / 00:46
Jerra Windy Day
00:00 / 00:46
Notre Dame Bells
00:00 / 00:32
Rapperswil Bells Switzerland
00:00 / 00:35
Venetian Vaparetto
00:00 / 01:00
Puerto Morelos Music
00:00 / 01:11

Our poetry now is the realisation that we possess nothing. Anything therefore is a delight (since we do not possess it) and thus need not fear its loss.
John Cage

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