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Hyper-sensitive to sound, interested in Foley, the human voice, the glitchy, broken, worn and unremarkable but ever-present items that take up space in our sonic landscape, man-made sound often forms an integral part of my art practice.

One of my favourite sounds has to be in William Link and Richard Levinson's TV-utopia: Columbo. As the Porfiry Petrovitch-esque detective walks a short distance along the street from his car, the reconstructed sound of Peter Falk's shoes along concrete dominates the scene totally, and seems almost to suggest a certain loneliness in the all-consuming determination and single mindedness of the character.