Completing work on my new album at Super Audio Mastering in Devon, England. Release will be in Spring 2016
Livingston Studios, London – a great day with Byron Wallen (trumpet and flugelhorn), Pip Eastop (French horn), Oren Marshall (tuba) and Sarah Homer (clarinet and bass clarinet). Once again with Phill Brown engineering.
This was the final session for the current album. Now final editing and mixing
Very excited to be working with Arve Henriksen on some of the tracks for my new album.
Singer Evi Vine has been recording some vocals for my new album.
The project is all coming together. Only two brass sessions to go.
The Breath Project team was back in Iceland. This time we were filming with the world’s top slow motion camera: the truly remarkable Phantom Flex4K.
Keep an eye on breathproject.net or our Facebook page to see some of this extraordinary new imagery emerging over the next few weeks.
Great day presenting Breath at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London on Saturday. Thanks to everyone who came to learn more about the project. Look out for the new eyeball photographs on our Facebook Page
We’ll be at the V&A London on Saturday 3rd July presenting The Breath Project in Gallery 21 as part of the museum’s Digital Futures programme.
Come and meet us and get your eyeball photographed as part of the project.
You can find out more about Breath at the project’s website or on its Facebook Page
And you can view the current Breath trailer here
You can visit our new Breath Project website here
and our new Facebook Page here
Lots of updates and exclusive content.
Come and see us at The Eden Project 21/23 May.
Two great days at Yellow Fish Studios working on my new album. The first was with cellists Emily Burridge and Peter Gregson, improvising together. And the second was with Martin Ditcham on drums and percussion. He is the third drummer to work on this album. Pretty much all the rhythmic and harmonic elements are now in place on the project. Now a lot of editing…
Click on this image or here to see the current trailer for the art installation strand of my biggest project of the moment – The Breath Project
The Breath Project will ultimately manifest as a feature film and multi-sensory, highly interactive art installation.