I am a female neurodivergent, dubbing mixer and sound designer who has worked in broadcast, theatre and film for the last 14 years. I now work full time at Blazing Griffin as a dubbing mixer and have begun working on more documentaries and films in this role. I am extremely passionate about story telling through sound and I try to lend my skills to good causes when I can, including most recently the Refugee TV scheme based at CCA (pre-covid). I have also recently completed my first co-director role on a short 16mm documentary film with another artist, Julia Parks, which debuted as part of the RE-Drift festival in Cumbria in 2020. In 2020 I was also selected as a Lux Scotland/BBC Arts Now and Next artist and commissioned to co-produce an audio docu-drama.
My most recent work - A Life in Ten Pictures - BBC Studios (sound editor and dubbing mixer)
Scary Adult Things - BBC Scotland (dubbing mixer)
Killing Escobar - Two Rivers Media (sound effects editor)
Eye of the Storm - Montrose Films (sound editor)