As a Production Manager my experience covers events from all genres of music, indoor and outdoor events, festivals, education work and conferences in many different settings from rock clubs to care homes, from farmyards to concert halls.

Examples include:


Oxford Contemporary Music

Production management for all OCM’s events from 2003 to the present, spanning all genres and covering venues and sites around Oxford, working with professionals, amateurs, institutions and community groups.



Audible Forces

My work for OCM includes production management for Audible Forces, a touring sound-art installation of ‘wind-harnessing instruments’ co-produced by OCM – more info about this lovely project here.



Oxford Brookes’ Sonic Art Research Unit‘s annual festival of experimental music, sound art and installations. Many Audiograft events take place in unusual venues in and around Oxford.


Max Richter

Working with the artist to produce his 10th-anniversary performance of The Blue Notebooks at the Royal Albert Hall, London, plus other ongoing tour production work.



London Jazz Festival

I have provided Technical Production Management for the festival covering all the advance work for the events at the Southbank and Barbican.


BT River of Music

Technical producer for the European Stage at Somerset House. River of Music was a 2-day festival celebrating the music of all the Olympic nations in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympics.



Earth Machine Music

Complete production for a concert by Finnish accordianist Kimmo Pohjonen, working with farm workers to create music from farm machinery, on a farm previously unused for any events and with no event infrastructure. May ’08.



Concept, production, sound, lighting, print management and programming for a series of multi-artform café events, bringing together several oxford-based arts organisations covering music, film, poetry and live art. ’07 – ’08.


Magic Hour

Complete production management for a three night sonic and visual art event, bringing together eight artists and groups from across the UK and USA to create pieces around dusk in Oxford’s Botanic Garden.


Atlantic Waves

Technical production of this international festival focusing on Portuguese and Lusophone music. Artists included Rodrigo Leão, Waldemar Bastos and The Durutti Column in venues including Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Barbican and Bush Hall.

Photo credit Tim Dickenson


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