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Mark Dunsmore is also a PhD candidate at The University of Aberdeen studying under Dr. Suk-Jun Kim. His PhD research is focused on developing
software to harness geolocational data in order to inform sound-walk composition and performances. Originally from central Scotland, he moved to Aberdeen in 2011
where he has been an active member of the Aberdeen creative scene alongside his wife, Bea Dunsmore. He completed his Masters in Sonic Arts alongside Bea in 2016.
Out-with the University research, their interests lie in live-coding, acousmatic and electroacoustic composition, audio-visual installations, sound design,
creative coding, and experimental electronic composition. Having started as orchestral composers, the duo have a strong portfolio of film and documentary soundtracks,
as well as many stand-alone works including their symphony, “Our Nature”. Their acousmatic and instrumental works have received premieres on three continents, and the duo
have performed at events and festivals across the UK, both as a duo and with the live coding ensemble, Shift-Enter.
These are the associated artists working with Sunglow Sound
Matthew Harazim is an up-and-coming sonic artist currently based in Aberdeen. In the middle of writing his Bachelor’s dissertation on Live coding, Matthew composes fixed-medium works and writes in several live coding languages including Tidalcycles and Extempore. The focus of Matthew’s work lies in narrativity and the stories which can be told through Sonic Arts, regardless of medium.
Ben Light is a saxophonist, singer-songwriter, composer and music arranger. Graduating with a BMus(Hons) in Music and Communities at the University of Aberdeen, under Christopher Gray, Ben currently works as a teacher, freelance musician and performer. Originally from Glenrothes, Fife, he moved to Aberdeen in 2011. Outwith work, Ben is an avid ensemble player – working with the University of Aberdeen Concert Band and Symphony Orchestra, Glee Club as Musical Director in 2014, and the Aberdeen Jazz Orchestra.
Andrew Stewart is a self-taught, Aberdeen based songwriter who has been writing and recording since 1988. A strong advocate of lo-fi, DIY creativity he has also diversified into video production, photography, radio broadcasting and poetry.
Originating from the exotic land of Finland, Emilia is working towards her Master of Arts in English. As an enthusiastic literary analyst, she is most inspired by socio-political satire. As a writer, she seeks to apply her skills in taking literature apart in order to create. If literature illuminates reality, consider Emilia a teacher as well as a student; if literature is a means for escaping reality, her mission is to take as many people with her as possible.
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Translated: I love gravy bones. Gravy bones are my favourite thing in the whole world. Hmm... or do I prefer electroacoustic compositions? Nah, it's definitely gravy bones!