This page has some of the projects that I've been involved with, either as artist or producer. More projects will be made available as soon as they're finished. Scroll down to hear more.
- Simon Higgs - Music For Film & TV Vol. 1 (Artist/Producer)
- Bo Menart - Out of the Woodshed (Producer)
- Michelle Higgs - Healing Rooms (Producer)
- Dave Brons - Based On A True Story (Executive Producer)
- Dave Brons - Not all Those Who Wander are Lost (Executive Producer)
- Unicorn - Cosmic Storyteller (Producer)
- Thirst - Journey of Worship (Mix Engineer)
- IMDB Credits
- The Big Meeting - Durham Miners' Gala
2019 | Shut Out The Light
- Nature of the Beast - Dennis Skinner Biography
2017 | Shut Out The Light
- Dave Brons - Official Bootleg - Live In Leeds 2016
2016 | Dave Brons
- Not really a credit, but I did get a special thank you on Netflix's Knock Down The House.
Charlton Heston's Voyage Through The Bible
1995 | Jones Digital Century
Using footage repurposed from the 1992 A&E television series, actor Charlton Heston hosts this interactive journey on CD-ROM. The chapters include illustrations and photographs of the locations, with examples of art and music of the period, and text of the gospels that the story is based upon. Over 200 works of art by artists, such as Da Vinci and Michelangelo, illustrate the journey. You can also hear music including Gregorian and Byzantine chants, Bach, Mozart and Faure. It was created for Windows 3.1 and classic Mac OS using very early versions of Quicktime, Macromedia Director, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop and Equilibrium DeBabelizer. Because of the limitations of consumer hardware of the time, the video was custom rendered to match the 256 color palettes of the surrounding graphics.
I Hear The Choppers Coming is an instrumental version of the classic a cappella military cadence.
Suffering, To The Border, Soccer and Journey of the Magi were originally written for a TV show recreating the historic journey through the middle east by the three wise men to Bethlehem.
Suffering was also used to accompany a video outlining humanitarian statistics under UN sanctions in Iraq prior to 9/11.
Bo Menart’s roots-infused debut solo album Out of the Woodshed is the culmination of a lifetime spent as a player, singer, songwriter, record producer, and studio engineer. Co-produced by Menart and veteran producer-engineer-guitarist Simon Higgs, the collection features six original songs written or co-written by Menart and seven covers heard in brilliantly imaginative and unexpected arrangements.
Recorded live on March 31st 2005 at Tujunga United Methodist Church, Tujunga, California, this album captures a "Soaking Time" at the Healing Rooms of Sunland/Tujunga.
Cosmic Storyteller is the "lost" 1960's album by mythical psychedelic supergroup Unicorn. Thought to be lost forever, the album languished in a vault for over 30 years without having ever been released. Hmmm... we always wondered where we'd left it!
As well as co-producing the mythical album, I'm also a mythical associate producer for the mythical upcoming movie - you can check out the mythical trailer here.