We met while studying at the National Film and Television School in the UK. Inspired by the sound work of Chris Watson and Nicholas Becker, we began recording sounds in the field with our collaegues at school. These initial trips sparked an interest in field recording that we’ve tried to continue to integrate into our work as sound editors.
Rob Szeliga is a London-based sound designer working in film, TV, animation and web media. After studying traditional and contemporary music in Indonesia and Japan, he returned to the UK in 2012 to train as a sound designer at the National Film and Television School. His credits include the award-winning fiction film Balcony (2015) and the animation short Chhaya (2015) for which he received a 2016 Golden Reel Sound Editing nomination.
John Cohen works in London and Norwich as a sound designer in film, TV and commercials. He studied electro-acoustic music composition and sound technology in Argentina, and has been working in sound-post since 2007. After completing a masters at the National Film and Television School, he formed a collective with his course colleagues where he continues to work on a variety of projects. His credits include animation Sea Child (2015) and BAFTA-nominated feature documentary The Cause of Progress (2016).