Short Bio

Matt Parker (b. 1984) is an audiovisual composer and sound artist working with and producing archives that amplify hidden connections between every-day technology and the environment. His work is influenced by the sonosphere, unsound, ecology, the economy of noise, infrastructure studies and the internet. He has a Masters in Music Technology from Birmingham Conservatoire, is the winner of the Deutsche Bank Creative Prize in Music 2014, winner of New Art West Midlands 2016, was shortlisted for the Aesthetica International Art Prize 2015 and was artist in residence at Bletchley Park in 2015. He is the co-director of media infrastructural investigative collective The People’s Cloud.

Professional Work

Matt is available as an audiovsiual artist, sound recordist, composer, producer and engineer for both cultural and commercial projects. He has previously worked with clients that include Johnson and Johnson (Sudafed), Santander, McLaren Group, Blackberry, Factory Fifteen, The Science Museum London, The V&A and The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.