I am a London based composer, producer, performer and sound artist of British / French heritage.

My work includes radio, theatre, dance, film, installation, performance, video and sound art. 

I have collaborated with artists including Robert Wilson, Victoria Chaplin, Aurelia Thierrée, Rufus Wainwright, Lou Reed, Coco Rosie, Daniel Hope, Herbert Grönemeyer, Lady Gaga, Budgie, Charles Chemin, Marianna Kavallieratos, Jayne Port, Katie-Jane Garside.  I have also worked with producers including Chris Sheldon, Andy Gill, Alex Silva, Hal Willner, Wayne Wilson, Richard Woodcraft, John Smith and Jagz Kooner (with whom I collaborated on remixes for BRMC, Kasabian, Massive Attack, Adam Freeland and others) I was formerly a member of the critically acclaimed UK rock bands Sona Fariq and Queen Adreena (nominated for Kerrang! and NME awards, respectively) with whom I toured worldwide. I am the singer/guitarist/songwriter of indie-folk duo Emperors of Rome. My guitar compositions have been performed by interpreters including Adrian Utley and Adrian Lee (Ludi Quartet Kernow) and Sergio Sorrentino, recently featuring on Sorrentino's 'Electric' along side works by Steve Reich, John King, John Cage, Leo Brouwer and Yoji Yuasa.

My work is inter-medial and post-genre, tending to focus on diverse applications of the electric guitar at its core. Current projects include the multichannel performance work 'Vengeful Ghost'; a Pure Data / controller-based research project with Nick Burge at Iklectik Art Lab, and an instrumental album with LA based composer Bryan Senti. My boundary breaking radio works have been nominated for the Kriegsblinden and Karl Szcuka prizes, and Robert Wilson's radio work 'Tower of Babel (BBC/ARD) won the Deutscher Hörspiel prize. ''Flying' Wilson's video portrait of Lady Gaga was exhibited at Musée du Louvre.

Deutsche Hörspiel (Robert Wilson’s radio play ‘Tower of Babel’) 2017
Kriegsblinden Preis nomination (for radio play ‘WW1’) 2016
Karl Szucka Preis nomination (for radio play ‘WW1’) 2016
Kerrang! Best New Band 2000 nomination (Sona Fariq) 2000

'one of the most interesting musical talents we have today' Robert Wilson

‘a writer and musician of both combustible aggression and intense, mathematical precision.’ Imran Khan, Pop Matters