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Tin Can Audio started with a slightly lost sound designer, sitting in a cold flat in Glasgow, who just wanted to make something.


Growing up I wanted to be a musician. I started playing bass at age 12 and then proceeded to try and learn as many instruments as I could get my hands on.

At university (while I was meant to be studying English) I started making music for student films, and then eventually moved into sound design.

And then, in 2016, I started making audio drama. I now work in podcasting professionally as an audio editor, but also as a sound designer, and as a musician (I got there in the end!)

My work has been featured in The Guardian, Bello Collective, Indiewire, and on BBC Radio 4 Extra and BBC Sounds. I've also had work commissioned by BBC Radio 4 and QueerAF.


I have also worked with a variety of creative and corporate clients, providing everything from podcast production, audio repair, sound design, recording services, and music, including clients such as HBO, BBC Sounds, NPR and Sony.

I really like making noises, and making interesting noises, and telling interesting stories with those interesting noises.


Interested in working with me?

I'd love to hear from you.

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