3 Productivity Tips for Creatives

Fortunately for us creative folk, we’re also usually jedi-focused, athlete-driven, and utter masters of time-management. We get s#*t done before we’ve even started our pre-breakfast meditation! We slay dragons! No? Just me? Ok, who am I kidding!? Creative people (myself included) suck at time-management and productivity! We excel in freedom and spontaneity and feel shackled … Continue reading 3 Productivity Tips for Creatives

Finding Creativity

Written for the COFFEESHOP Music blog. This week we’re stepping back from the filmmaking and audio spheres, to look at a much wider topic of finding creativity. Maybe the creative juices have begun to retreat, these days a mere dribble of their former glory? Maybe you have the camera skills, but just aren’t that terrific … Continue reading Finding Creativity

Manipulating Sound

Written for the COFFEESHOP Music blog. There are sound effects. Then there’s sound design. At COFFEESHOP we try to curate professionally recorded sound samples into genre or mood specific packages that suit your project. We stand by our ethos of wanting to enable filmmakers to tell great stories with impact and meaning by providing ready … Continue reading Manipulating Sound

Designated Survivor

Well, isn't it always exciting when you receive news that one of your songs has been deemed good enough for President Tom Kirkman!? Indeed, my track "When I'm Gone", which was earlier placed in U.S. sit-com "God Friended Me" has been added to Kiefer Sutherland's Netflix show, Designated Survivor. Unfortunately, I've not been provided the … Continue reading Designated Survivor

Songsmith Album

Following on from the "Americana" album that saw a handful of pretty exciting placements, including Vodafone and the Discovery Channel, I've been crafting away on new album for Bibliotheque Music. The follow up has a familiar singer-songwriter vibe - acoustic guitars and hand claps in all the right places - but this time plays with … Continue reading Songsmith Album