Spoken word and audio art
Experiments with narratives in sound
This is a live recording of a recent storytelling I did at the Russet in Hackney -- a new version of a Greek myth, with accompaniment from the incredible Owl Parliament choir. Thanks to Caroline Williams and Ellie Rose Rusbridge.
New experimental audio-visual project in collaboration with photographer Tim Mitchell. We hope the title says it all.
Watch/ listen to Episode 1 on the FLYWAYS website.
Here are a few audio snippets from the talk I gave at Up Down and Across, alongside photographer Tim Mitchell, walker David Lintern, artist Foster Spragge and folk singer Ingrid Plum.
My talk was a rambling exploration of Europe's invisible pathways, its not-so-invisible motorways, ancient borders, modern-day myths and the multiple layers of story that lie beneath every walker's boots.
A short audio documentary compressing a three-hour fantasy board game into ten thrilling minutes. Warning: contains monsters. Second warning: extremely geeky.
An audio portrait of my granddad Herbie. (Seen here with my dad, Ron.)
A spoken word track based on this story. Warning: contains nauseating sound effects.
A short and melancholy spoken word piece based on this story
The song 'Devils' is written and performed by Chris Rusbridge of Apple of My Eye