Topology – Drought Stories – Dolby Atmos

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. As a recipient of an Arts Queensland Digital Adaptation grant, part of my project involved reimagining some previous works, along with new recordings to investigate and incorporate emerging immersive audio formats that provide concert type experiences within personal, and individual environments. The building upon the isolation from Arts performances due to Covid 19, has accelerated the immersive qualities provided by Dolby Atmos and the technology to adapt and render to a specific environment be it headphones, laptops, Televisions or full immersive surround sound. Topology's Drought Stories was a project that was recorded during lockdown, reflecting on the worst drought on recorded in Western Queensland. With lockdown, and cancellation of [...]

Love You Queensland – P&O

Released just last week was a special version of an iconic Queelsand Anthem that was recorded for the launch of P&O's Pacific Explorer being based in Brisbane from next year. This is the second [...]

Archie Roach – Mission Songs Project QMF 2019

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Spotify Settings for Musicians

Working in the field of Audio alongside musicians, audio quality and fidelity is of utmost importance, especially when dealing with lossy-codecs and streaming services. Recently, I’ve been talking to several people about Spotify, it’s [...]

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I have worked with a vast array of local, state, national and international musicians, clients and organisations.

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I have a diverse range of experiences in all facets of audio recording

Location recording as well as traditional Studio based recording engineer. Experience in vast styles of mixing from Classical to Modern Genres. Music Editing for Film and TV, Classical editing for Music. Band “tightening” or just plain vocal tuning for you project, I can cover all facets of editing within the scope of your project for a truly professional finish. My philosophy on audio Production is to work with the client, and support and develop the ideas through creative collaboration, and sympathetic approaches. I can work with you, to realise and refine your vision for a project


The final step in the audio process.  Whether it is for CD manufacture or MP3 distribution online, I can help with the final process to give your project the final 1% I have over 20 years of mastering experience in both Analog and Digital domains.

I am also a Certified MFiT Mastering Engineer for Apple iTunes distribution.


Sympathetic Sound Reinforcement with an emphases on reinforcement rather than “make loud”


Having lectured in Audio Engineering at Queensland Conservatorium (Griffith University) since 1997 as well as Queensland University of Technology teaching Audio Production, I have extensive experience in all facets of Audio Tuition.  Whether it is one off tutorials or more of a conventional weekly-lesson, I can help.



Diversity of experience. Adapt. Grow.

My audio career started like most musicians, I started recording at high school.  From high school I attended the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University in 1992 where I studied Pipe Organ (of all things).  I decided I needed more technology in my life and completed a Bachelor of Music (Sonology) in 1995.  After completing my degree, I have been a freelance engineer working with a lot of local and national music acts both in Brisbane and around Australia.  These include producing CDs for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC Classics, ABC Atmospheres, ABC Kids).  Around 1996 I started working at Mr Jones recording studio doing advertising production.  I am also the music editor for all of The Crocodile Hunter series and spinoffs including Bindi Irwin’s “Bindi the Jungle Girl” and Kidfit DVDs and CDs.

I started lecturing in Music Technology (engineering) at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Griffith University) in 1997 and have continued to lecture in this subject to the present day at both the Brisbane South Bank campus and the Gold Coast campus (Bachelor of Popular Music).  I also lectured at QUT (Kelvin Grove) for 4 years.

I operate my own mixing/mastering studio out of home as well as continue to freelance engineer around Brisbane.



Phone: 0421-316-440