About Philip MillField recordist | UK
I am a UK based sound recordist and audio engineer working across London and the UK in a variety of venues in both including University of the Arts London, National Portrait Gallery, Penguin Random House, Battersea Art Centre, Salisbury Museum, BBC Arts CAMP Radio and Oscillate Live.
As a Location Sound Recordist I have worked in Poland, Germany and the UK, always trying to find creative and exciting ways, not only in recording work but also its presentation and final product. I am constantly learning and refining my skills and experiences and keen to apply myself 100% to any job.
I use a variety of recording techniques including ambisonics, and extended recording techniques using contact microphones and hydrophones.
I have also worked with artists in realising their exhibitions and have built surround sound works and installations and assisted artists with their recording of their work.
I have also delivered workshops in sound at university level.
I am a certified Dante user at Level 2, and have worked in live sound for a variety of venues. I am familiar with Yamaha mixing consoles and a wide range of analogue mixers, and the setup and operation of shure wireless audio systems.
I am also an experienced AV technician and event technician, and having worked on a wide range of events in the Arts and Culture industry.
I’m also a certified programmer with experience in python C++ and Juce; as well as other languages such as Pure Data and Max MSP and have certifications in this from Netacademy for Python, C++ and linux as well as networking engineering. I also have a python certification from brainstation and constantly looking to develop in this area.
|2015||London College of Communication||MA Sound Art|
|University of Essex||BA(Hons) Music – Tech Pathaway|