Sound and Music – Composer Curator Commission

Selected as one of 5 artists to work on a new project, as part of the Sound and Music Composer-Curator 2020-21 programme.

Chaotic Behavior’, a series of events bringing together different groups of musicians/makers/artists/young people to develop an interest and skills in DIY electronic music.

A series of educational workshops/lectures; alongside a programme of experimental/improvisational performances using hand built electronic instruments created by invited artists, in solo and collaborative sessions.

During development of the project, I will be working with Supersonic Festival‘s Lisa Meyer, who will provide additional support.

More details about this commission, and the other selected artists is available here.

Eastville Project Space

Director: 2015-present.

Eastville Project Space is an independent artspace in Yeovil, Somerset. A creative hub for artists and creatives to develop artistic collaboration and projects. We offer a year-round public programme, including exhibitions, events and workshops which aims to contribute the arts and culture in Yeovil and further afield.

Tusk Festival – Workshops / Performance

2019 – Sage Gateshead.

Synth building workshops for young people, artists and curious makers.

Improvisation workshop with young people from Sage’s ‘Centre For Advanced Training’ to create a new performance using an adaptation of STEIM’s Crackle Box and the Atari Punk Console.

Live performance as part of the festival music program.

Wyrd Wild West Festival

Co-Curator: 2018-present.

One-day festival during 2018. Showcasing live music and experimental art from the depths of the West Country. The planned 2020 festival was postponed due to Covid-19.

Photo documentaion (Dan Pope)

R.E.E.L. (Rapid Eye Electronics Limited)

R.E.E.L. are Matthew J Saunders, Saxon Roach and FarmerGlitch.


pHarmerz are Ekoplekz and Farmer Glitch.

Pink Shed Takeover @Supernormal Festival (5-7 August 2016)

A partnership programme around the ‘Pink Shed’ at Supernormal Festival. The ‘Pink Shed’ has been one of the key elements for the Festival, a space for commissions and showcasing work by invited artists and organisations in the UK.

Curated a programme of art installations, performances, events and workshops during the three day festival and created an intimate performance space, encouraging collaboration and performances from various artists:

  • Art Installation: ‘How We Communicate’ an installation by Simon Blackmore;
  • Art Installation: ‘The Globe’ by Gavin Morris;
  • Collaborative Performances: Tim Hill, Matt Saunders, Farmer Glitch & guests;
  • Workshop: ‘Atari Punk Console, PunkSeq10, HalfWatt’ by Farmer Glitch;
  • Morning Therapy Sessions: ‘The ASMR Parlour’ by Henry Collins & Robin Foster;
  • Family workshops.

Project documentation.

Lau Land Festival Bristol

2015. Curated an audio/visual installation and workshops within the 3 day festival. Working with Gavin Morris to install a multi-room large scale sound/light interactive installation. Produced a one-day synth building workshop with Aidan Taylor.

Project archive information.


Co-producer – 2013. In partnership with Arnolfini and Qu Junctions – A mythical mystery bus tour to a secret deep South West location, for a long afternoon and evening in the company of cult Westcountry collective Hacker Farm.

Featuring live performances from Hacker Farm, Ashley Paul, Kemper Norton, IX TAB and Hugh Metcalfe; along with installations and film.

Project Documentation.

Hacker Farm

Active 2010-2015.

Hacker Farm: UHF – review The Guardian 2012.

Project website –