We launched our second project at The Guardian Voice Lab this week!

It’s a flash briefing that combined human and synthetic voice, which was a lot of fun work on. Working with SSML was a new experience for me, and although working in code was daunting initially, it’s incredibly satisfying to work on something that programmatically builds itself every day.

Give it a try.

Hey Google, speak to Guardian Briefing.

For more information on the project, check Jeremy’s blog announcement.

WeTransfer’s A Message From Earth – Music Section

In November, for the 40th anniversary of NASA’s Golden Record project, I produced the music section for WeTransfer’s A Message From Earth. 

The brief was wonderfully broad; programming, producing and delivering a music section which attempts to reflect the diversity of music on planet earth, and explore the experience of musicians today. 

Strrr TV

Since finishing at Mistral Productions, I've linked up with Daniel Brandt and the Berlin team at Strrr TV, working as their UK editor. It's been a lot of fun so far,  allowing me to use my audio and video production background, whilst getting to research, contact and...

Timothy Morton

Whilst doing some research for future potential Strrr TV guests, I'd ended up on the Studio Olafur Eliasson website. Olafur Eliasson is an Icelandic-Danish artist known for sculptures and large-scale installation art employing elemental materials such as light, water,...

Taz Tron Delix

A few weeks back I came across the work of Taz Tron Delix, a London-based director. His work with JD. Reid, Novelist and Oscar #Worldpeace is great. He's got a piece for Adidas out right now as well. Having researched his stuff, I then bumped into him in the pub the...