'Make the invisible, visible.'



Nigel is an internationally recognised Sound Designer with over twenty years of experience. He holds a Master of Arts in Sound Design from the National Film & Television School (UK) and he is inspired by stories of the human spirit. He discovers his environment with an acute perception of sound, coloured by an intimate sense of the spiritual. He has an ability to listen beyond words and tune into layers of emotions because of a fascination and curious preoccupation with human behaviours, perspectives, habits, thinking etc. At the crux, he sees and hears further than the obvious, revealing richer stories.

His work has been displayed at distinguished exhibitions and showcases worldwide: Venice Film Festival, Stockholm Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Asian Television Awards, Asia Pacific Awards, etc. This is in addition to the professional acknowledgement he has received from organisations such as the American Federation of Musicians, Universal, MTV, Discovery Networks Asia, etc.

He has since earned a reputation for an exceptional ability to translate words and ideas to sound and music.


Hedgehog Short Sounds Film Festival 'Best Sound Design' 2018 ​

Hedgehog Short Sounds Film Festival 'Jury Award' 2018

Hedgehog Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Film Festival 'Student Film Jury Special Award' 2018

Spltch Filmic Pro 'Honourable Mention' 2018

MTV Worldstage Live Promax BDA ‘Best Special Event Promo’ 2010

K-Swiss Asia Image Apollo Awards 'Best TV Campaign & Best Editing' 2006 

Samsung Mp3 Music Mix Asia Interactive Awards 'Best use of Sound' 2006

Afterlife Asian TV Awards 'Best Documentary & Best Infotainment' 2004

Eating Air Singapore International Film Festival 'Young Cinema Award' 2000

Eating Air - Stockholm Film Festival 'FIPRESCI Prize & Honourable Mention' 2000

Eating Air Rotterdam International Film Festival 'Tiger Award' 2000

Compromise The 9th Times Advertising Asian Pacific Award 'Finalist' 1998

Compromise Media Asian Advertising Award 'Best of 96 Certificate of Excellence' 1996 

Fly 30th Canadian International Film & Video Festival 'Best Amateur Documentary' 1994