Quick Bio


Originally a rock drummer with various London bands, I became increasingly interested in electronic music composition. I co-founded AMP Records with Mark Jenkins and Ashok Prema in 1985, and the label's first release The AMP Records Compilation Album, features three of my compositions - 'Ollie's Camera Looks', 'Cherub' and 'Parchal Papaguio'.

I was a regular live performer in the 1980s and toured the
UK in 1986 to promote TARCA and preview Coruscation, which was released the following year with a performance at the UK Electronica Festival at the Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford.

I recorded Imaginary Soundtrack in 1992 (available as a free download at last.fm) then rested from music making before remixing and remastering Coruscation for re-release on the 20th anniversary in November 2007.

My latest CD release (April 2010) is a live album recorded on my 1986 UK Tour.

I am currently working on several projects, including The Tree That Wished to Dance Expect a new album in 2017.

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2003 which has restricted the use of my hands and fingers, forcing me to employ sequencing and step programming more extensively in my current work.