Current / coming soon:
Ballad Of the Blade (composed feature for BBC Radio 4)
Who’s There? (composed feature for BBC Radio 4)
The Turning Forest (virtual-reality fairytale, currently on the festival circuit, including Raindance)
Water Towers Of New York (feature for BBC Radio 3’s Between The Ears, 2017)
Touching The Void (Bristol Old Vic / Edinburgh Royal Lyceum, dir. Tom Morris)
The Model Apartment (Bath Theatre Royal, dir. Laurene Boswell)
Dear Elizabeth (Gate, dir. Ellen McDougall)
The Mirror Crack’d (national tour, dir, Melly Still)
Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (national tour, dir. Melly Still)
Sound House (collaboration with the Society Of Strange & Ancient Instruments, currently on national tour).
Jon’s sound design work is featured in the V&A Museum’s current Transformation & Revelation exhibition of the work of leading stage designers.
Audio drama / podcasts: Jon has a long-standing relationship with BBC radio drama as a composer, and is now working increasingly in audio feature / podcast sound design and production. He recently produced Water Towers Of New York for BBC Radio 3’s Between the Ears experimental audio strand, and has also recently produced Who’s There, an audio ‘composed feature’ exploring dementia, narrated by Hattie Morahan.
His music and sound score for BBC Radio 4’s acclaimed docu-drama What I Heard About Iraq received a Jury Special Mention at the Prix Italia.
Theatre: Recent sound design work includes collaborating with Jamiroquai’s Sola Akingbola on the score for the RSC’s smash-hit 2016 production of Hamlet, working with John Malkovich on Good Canary at the Rose, and April de Angelis’ epic two-play adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend quartet of novels, also at the Rose. He composed / sound-designed Bristol Old Vic’s hugely acclaimed production of Owen Sheers’ Pink Mist, for which he was nominated for Best Sound Designer in the Off West End Awards. and created the music / sound-score for Theatre Royal Bath’s production of Florian Zeller’s The Mother, starring Gina McKee, recently nominated for Best New Play in the 2017 WhatsOnStage Awards.