Since graduating from the Sound Design course, Nick has set up a sound art partnership, Solarference, with long-time collaborator Sarah Owen. Leading on from Nick’s final project on voice-computer interaction, Solarference have been making and performing voice- and song-led sound pieces using MaxMSP.
Solarference has received funding for sound & sculpture installation project exploring the use of immersive sound environments as stress-relief therapy.
Nick has also co-founded First Person Theatre, a headphone theatre / choreography company. Their first podcast piece has been included in 2008’s FutureSonic, and they are making site-specific headphone works for various venues in the South East.
Nick continues to produce music, write songs and design sound for theatre shows.
Since graduation, Fiona has worked on various theatre shows, whilst filling out the bureacratic paper-work of setting up her own business. She is currently working on sound design for two shows at Glasgow’s Oran Mor, whilst playing with her pet research/compilation project; looking at/listening to organic natural processes and mechanical effects, a project she began developing during her MSc summer project.
Since graduating in 2007, John has been working on a broad range of short and feature length films, TV productions and animations in the UK as composer & sound designer, including the Bafta Scotland nominated ‘The Flyer’ (2008) and ‘I’m In Away From Here’ (2009) and most recently various Channel 4 Cutting Edge documentaries.
As a sound designer he contributes to the KPM library collection, online sound effects networks Audio Micro and Soundsnap and produced library music albums for Sync Music. Apart from TV & film commissions, John is also a frequent collaborator with Nux Dance Company (www.cienux.com/), and one half of Bristol instrumentalists Volander (www.myspace.com/volander).
You can keep in touch with him and sample some of his work at www.lostinsounds.com.
Dimitris graduated from the MSc Sound Design in 2007. Since then he has been involved in various projects including sound design for films, sound recording and composition.
His latest sound design work in collaboration with the music band “Night On Earth” (http://www.myspace.com/nightonearth) will be published by the Sony Records in Greece.
He is the founder of the “Movement Studio” a post production facility in Greece, and he is currently working on the sound of T. Totsikas’ and G. Pantazopoulos’ movie “Hoy No Vengo A Cenar”.
He is also teaching Sound Synthesis and Audio Editing Techniques in a private college in Greece (http://www.iekxini.gr/).
Dimitris’ personal web page: http://www.movement.gr/
After his graduation in September 2007, Yiannis participated in three conferences in Greece about semiology of sound, acoustic ecology and radio content in the digital age, and took part in a seminar about sound representation in the University of the Aegean, dept of Cultural Technology and communication. After working in Barcelona, as a volunteer, for the Theatre of the Oppressed, in ‘Trans-formas’ (www.trans-formas.com), doing sound design for workshops and plays of the group, he taught for a year at a private school in Thessaloniki. (www.delta-iek.gr). He is now working as special educative staff at the Cyprus Universiy of Technology, Dept. of Communication and Internet Studies.
He has also developed the sound design of some short movies, tv spots and other video projects .
Some of his sound-video works are cited on youtube www.youtube.com/user/Jianchri.
Yann Seznec graduated in 2007 and has stayed on to develop his work with the Wii Remote and his “Amazing Wii Looper”. He was able to stay thanks to having been accepted on the EPIS programme, a small business development project working with the Scottish Executive and the University of Edinburgh. More details about EPIS can be found here; www.epis.org.uk/. Meanwhile, here is Yann’s latest development;
Wii Loop Machine 2.0 :: Sampling! from The Amazing Rolo on Vimeo.