I did music and sound effects for Kenzo’s latest animated video for their collaboration with the WWF.
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Was delighted to do music and sound design for this short Kenzo animated video that promotes their Valentine’s Day inspired capsule launch:
Here’s a track I composed for Kenzo’s animated promotion of their new capsule collection to celebrate the Year of the Ox.
As perviously mentioned, I worked as a foley mixer and sound editor on the Russian DAU project at Phenomen UK over the past few years. After a successful world premiere at Berlinale earlier this year, some of the films are now available to view online (with more to be released later).
As mentioned on my previous post, I worked on the Russian DAU project as an in-house Foley Mixer and Sound Editor. Two of the feature films produced from the unique arts project received a world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival last month.
More info on future DAU releases can be viewed on the project’s official website.
Between 2016 to 2019 I worked on the Russian DAU project as an in-house Foley Mixer and Sound Editor at Phenomen Films in London. After a Paris release event last year, two of the film projects Dau. Natashsa and Dau. Degeneratsia have been selected for a world premiere at the Berlin film festival.
*UPDATE* An official website is now live at https://dau.com/
I recorded audio for this behind the scenes interview with Maya Jama at the photoshoot for the cover of issue 02 of GAFFER magazine.
Premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Altsasu is a documentary short that I worked on as a Sound Designer and Composer.
“In the Basque town of Altsasu, the beds of seven young men lie empty. As the town celebrates its annual festival, Altsasu follows Igone as she copes with the imprisonment of her son Jokin and six others, convicted in a case which has been widely condemned as a miscarriage of justice.”
Director: Eoin Wilson. Producer: Irune Gurtubai & Ben Sharrock.