Paul Freeman is an award winning sound designer, sound artist and musician based in London. His sound art practice originates from a fascination with our aural connection to place, considered at an acoustic, emotional and psychogeographic level. His interest in the deeper resonances of sound inform all his design work and he is a firm believer in creating fully integrated sound designs that respond to the thematic, conceptual and narrative elements of a production.
As a sound designer, composer and sound artist he has produced work for gallery, theatre, film and radio including the V&A Museum; Resonance FM; Kinman Gallery, London; Arbeit Gallery, London, Cafe Oto and the forthcoming British indie feature film The Fitzroy. His sound design for Lovesong Of The Electric Bear won Best Sound Design for the OffWestEnd awards 2015.
Paul Freeman is a founding member of Gwaith Sŵn, a London based collective of artists working principally with sound. Their activities include exhibitions, installations and live performances. Paul co-produces and co-presents their monthly Sonic Darts radio show on Resonance 104.4 FM.