Indiana Hamilton-Brown is a sound artist and passionate distance runner, rarely spotted without a camera, a field recorder and a days provisions. He cut his teeth falling off bikes and his nails learning classical guitar.
He is one of the few musicians to count both Franz Liszt, Sun Ra and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz amongst his influences. As might be expected his formative years were spent exploring audio visual art, literature, hard science and writing the occasional piece of games criticism, even once interviewing Jim Rossingol of Rock Paper Shotgun fame…
He currently works as principal sound recordist for Kneecap Media, bridging the audio visual divide with his multi-disciplinary expertise.
You can listen to a selection of his sound works here.