On the 3rd September, 2015 I submitted my creative project portfolio, which was the final piece of work I needed to submit for the completion of my Masters of Music (Composition) at Goldsmiths, University of London. It's been a pretty big year and i'm honoured and thankful to have the opportunity to have this experience which has allowed me to grow and develop as a composer in ways I never expected.
I'd like to thank my colleagues, fellow students and housemates for their support throughout this year, it would've been a whole lot tougher without you all.
The world post-masters is looking good, and i've already got a couple of big projects and interesting diversions lined up to be unveiled in 2016, which I will no double post about here in due course.
In the meantime, here is a work that formed part of my creative portfolio. All Hail South East London is a 12-channel audio/visual composition that explores different processes of sound manipulation I developed over the course of this Masters degree. All Hail South East London was premiered on the 17th July, 2015 at the Sonic Immersive Media Lab (SIML) in St James Church.