After a whirlwind summer I feel a sense of familiarity with my new surroundings, and new and exciting opportunities are presenting themselves. It’s late on a Thursday evening here, and I have spent the day nearing the final stages of work on Of Shark And Man, as well as finally making some progress on my side project, HARUKO, which seems to have been sidelined in recent months.
The director of Of Shark And Man, David Diley, asked me to do a small amount of sound design and the overall mix of another underwater film, A Ray Of Light II. I jumped at the opportunity, and I am excited to hear that it will be premiered at the Palma Aquarium in Mallorca on 30th October. It will be available to stream online after that, and I believe the film will also be shown at festivals in the future. As soon as I can update the discography I will!
I want to keep this post relatively short, mainly because I am quite tired, but also because I feel as if I will have a lot more to write in just under two weeks, after the conclusion of the Kickstarter campaign to release Dorothea’s Boat which has, incidentally, been made a Staff Pick by the Kickstarter crew.
Thank you to everyone who has pledged so far. I can’t tell you how fantastic it feels to know that you are excited to hear the music, and are willing to help make it a reality. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
If you haven’t pledged yet, but would like to, the project ends on 23rd October at 8pm GMT. Still plenty of time to reach our goal, right?