I am very excited to announce that Print has been awarded a place in the Reed Short Film Competition shortlist! With hundreds of films entering the  competition, it is a real honour to make it through to the final 12.

The competition’s main prize will be presented by Alex Zane at BAFTA’s prestigious 195 Piccadilly HQ where all of the shortlisted films will be screened. In the meantime the public are able to vote for the People’s Choice Award on the Reed Film website itself.

More news on this really soon.

Just over a week ago saw the release of Print. A short documentary film I had the pleasure of providing a foley edit and audio mix for,

The film itself was shot at Perrott Bespoke Printing. A family run traditional printers, spanning four generations.

Everyone involved in the film are absolutely fantastic and you find links to all of their work swell as watch the film itself HERE.

The film has been so amazingly received with some fantastic blogs featuring the film or writing about it’s production on their sites. You can see some of the features in the screen grabs above or follow the links below to the features themselves.

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Creative Review

It’s Nice That


We Heart

Grafik Magazine

East London Printmakers

The amazing Guy Gotto recently returned from his travels in India and put together this 90 second Short cut from footage he captured whilst he was  away.

I am really excited to be working with Guy & previous collaborators, the fantastic Evan Gildersleeve & Catherine Perrott on a short documentary entitled PRINT, which I can’t wait to get into post production. More news on this soon!

Last night saw the Award Ceremony held for this years Virgin Media Shorts Competition of which Malcolm Roy Greenhill’s comedy Brando-ing (of which I provided on set sound and audio mix & master) was shortlisted. 

The ceremony held at London’s BFI IMAX Cinema, screened all 13 shortlisted films before announcing the TiVo Award, the Nikon People’s Choice Award & the prestigious Virgin Media Shorts Award.

Unfortunately Brando-ing was not picked as this years winner but a huge thanks to everyone involved and check some great De Niro faces from Malcolm himself at the ceremony above.

To see the film itself CLICK HERE

Really happy to of been invited to the 2013 LFA Annual Showcase at the Southbank BFI.

Around 10 short films were screened at the Showcase, with Stephanie Lapena’s The Lost Lullaby shown which I provided a Foley & Sound Design mix.

The output from the LFA is always amazing & it was great to be invited to such a prestigious cinema!

Alex Kendall’s beautiful short The Starfish is now available to watch in full here after over a year of playing festivals throughout the UK.

The film stars Demelza Williams as a young girl who goes to desperate measures in order to win back the affections of her father.

Long time collaborator and friend Alex Lane worked on the Foley & Sound Design mix with myself alongside composer Tom Brigden.


I’m very happy to announce that Brando-ing, a short comedywritten & directed by Malcolm Greenhill where two friends share a conversation when they are stuck on a roof together has been shortlisted in the 2013 Virgin Media Shorts competition.

Brando-ing, along with the other final 12 shorts has begun to be shown in cinemas nationwide, screening before the main feature. As a part of the Nikon People’s Choice Award people are also able to vote for shorts to win a secondary prize on Twitter by stating the name of the film followed by #VMShortsVote.

The film starring Edward Harrison & Alistair Donegan was also featured today by Telegraph film critic Robbie Cullen. You can read the feature here and watch the film in it’s entirety here.

More news on the competition soon.

Location sound recorded and mastered by Greg Niemand

Jamie Muir’s latest commercial spot for Telefonica’s latest smart phone app can now be viewed. The piece entitled The Bookshop was beautifully shot as always, features several couples communicating using the TUMe app.

I’m really happy to announce that the ad also won 2nd place in the MOFILM 2013 Cannes Lions competition.