His recent work includes a major retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for Bjork and the ViVid exhibitions in Sydney, Tokyo, London, The Eden Project, EdenLab and Bjork digital globally where Perry is responsible for the critically acclaimed spatial sound designs and 3D audio installations thoughout.
He continues to “push the envelope” collaborating with other ground breaking artists. Headlining the original lazer and spatial sound installation at Dark MoFo arts festival Tasmania with Rob Del Naja and Chris Levine as the iy project. Glastonbury festival 2019 with Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals) Nick Mulvey, Rob Del Naja (Massive Attack) with David Clayton & The mighty Monks
As exciting new technologies evolve, the role of spatial and 3D audio is becoming increasingly important as both artists and organizations seek to create truly immersive experiences for their fans and visitors alike. From content creation to production, project management to installation Perry’s understanding of all the requirements and his ability to translate the artists vision is second to none.
With the Immersive Audio Sonic Shed” facility in Wandsworth London, Perry and the team are able to take on any project of any size and realize the vision from inception to completion. Overseeing every aspect from the creative to the financial, the practical delivery and everything in between.
Bjork, Depeche Mode, Kinks, B52’s, Steve Hillage, Chris Issacs, Dennis Brown, Pogues, Eden Project. RG Jones, Kingsway Recorders, Gooseberry, Konk, Record Plant CA, Harbour Sound, Cherokee, Fiddler, Hyde Street SF, Beat Farm London, Fashion shows New York, Iceland, Ibiza.
Audio Engineering Society (AES) Music Producers Guild (MPG)
“I’m a sound artist/ designer/ composer and audio producer with recording studio and live production background. Using my ears and some imagination I specialise in creating 3 dimensional audio visual experiences for audiences. I deliver artist concepts in sound, engaging select audiences and the general public simultaneously”