Creative Sound Designer
Film Sound Recordist
Being born into a creative family (son of Max Eastley) music, film and art have always been very central aspects of my life. Having completed a BSc in Chemistry however, I also take great interest in science and technology. I firmly believe that there are many crossover points between the arts and the sciences and that a synergistic relationship exists between a great number of different fields.
My journey as an electronic music producer began in 1999 by playing the Playstation game, ‘Music’. Even though this simple game only involved arranging pre-made loops on a timeline, it opened a gateway of possibilities and inspired me to begin using Garageband in 2004. Next, I moved on to Reason 3.0 in 2007 and began producing music professionally. Nowadays, Logic X is my weapon of choice for all things audio.
The style and timbre of my music productions range from deep, atmospheric techno to high-energy, punchy hip-hop. I particularly enjoy creating dynamic, detailed soundscapes for the listener to become lost in. Head over to my music productions page to take a listen to a selection of my tracks.
In recent years I’ve discovered a great passion for working with film sound and have worked as sound designer, mastering engineer, recordist and mixer for a number of short films, including: The Time is Now (Dir. Runyararo Mapfuma, written by Ellen Heeley - produced as part of the BFI Film Academy Oct 2015); The Estate (Dir. James Weber - June 2015) and Still Dark (Dir. Patrick Nicholls - forthcoming).