rob walker/    /sound



I work in cinema, television, sound installations and compose music. I am drawn to edgy contemporary subject matter and strong creative directions. I have over 25 years experience creating sound and music by myself and in collaboration.

I was integral to the 'DAU' project as the lead Re-recording Mixer for 14 feature films and 2 TV series. I lead a creative team of 20 people, supervising the sound direction and final mix for every film.

For the premiere of DAU in Paris I created (alongside Brian Eno and Stefan Smith) a vast multi room sound installation with over 100 sources which played throughout the two theatres that hosted the event.

In 2020 two films I created sound for won top prizes at Berlinale - DAU. Natasha (Silver bear for Cinematography) and 'The Works and Days of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin' (Best Film, Encounters).

I collaborated with the artist and filmmaker Ben Russell on 'La Montagne Invisible', a multi screen video and sound installation at Le Plateau, Paris, 2020

My sound work on over 100 productions has screened at Berlin, London, Cannes, Venice and Toronto Festivals as well as BBC, ITV, Channel 4, SKY TV, RTE, ARTE, TG4 and US PBS.

I was the Chair of AMPS, the Association of Motion Picture Sound from 2018-2021


I studied Film and Media at the University of Stirling. I soon relocated to Los Angeles to study at UCLA, working at Red Zone Studios as an Assistant Engineer and at James Cameron's Digital Domain, working on 'Fight Club' and 'Red Planet'.