Rob is a London based Re-recording Mixer, Sound Designer and Sound Editor with 20 years experience and many credits across international feature films and broadcast TV.

For 4 years he worked on the 'DAU' project, mixing and supervising 14 feature films and 2 TV series. It is Russia's largest ever cinematic project. For the recent premiere in Paris he created (alongside Stefan Smith and Brian Eno) a sound Installation to play throughout the two theatres that hosted the event.

Recent credits include 'Parthenon' by Mantas Kevedaravicius with premiered at Venice Critic's Week 2019, and 'Busby',the story of Sir Matt Busby for Fulwell 73.


  1. -Feature film, TV Drama and Documentary mixing

  2. -Supervising Sound Editor

  3. -Sound Design from script to screen

  4. -Full service sound post production - I can assemble a team of the finest talent and deliver a world class complete sound package to your requirements


Rob studied Film at the University of Stirling. He began his career at Editz TV and Film in Manchester. He soon relocated to Los Angeles to study at UCLA, then worked at Red Zone Studios as an Assistant Engineer and at James Cameron's Digital Domain, working on 'Fight Club' and 'Red Planet'

His first feature film credit for sound was on Christopher Chen's 'Traces of Us'. He was next the Supervising Sound Editor on 'Daybreak', produced by James Mackay and Robin Gutch for Film Four Lab (now Warp Films).

He sound designed and mixed 3 feature films with Irish director Desmond Bell. 'Rebel Frontier', a documentary feature with Martin Sheen told the incredible story of how murder was used to suppress Union activity. It was broadcast on PBS and at a range of international film festivals. The docudrama 'Child of the Dead End' with Stephen Rea was made for the BBC and TG4. His dramatic feature 'The Enigma of Frank Ryan' also screened widely, including Montreal and Dublin festivals.

He was Sound Supervisor and Mixer on ‘Pablo’s Winter’ by Chico Pereira, a drama/documentary hybrid feature which opened at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and won prizes at Leipzig, Amsterdam and Full Frame Documentary Festivals.

Aside from feature length work I have many credits in broadcast and short films. My sound work on over 60 productions has screened at Cannes, Venice, Toronto and BBC, ITV, Channel 4, SKY TV, RTE, ARTE, TG4 and US PBS.

He is the Chairman of AMPS, the Association of Motion Picture Sound