Dan has created music and sound for film, TV, radio, theatre, installations, apps and podcasts. He has a particular interest in novel and unusual sound sources and has previously made music from the BBC Natural History Unit's sound archive (30 Animals that Made us Smarter - BBC World Service), instruments from Bristol's slave trade history (Noughts and Crosses - BBC One), hospital equipment (The Cave - National Geographic) and the contents of his house (Algoritmo - Netflix).
He is currently:
- Exploring how cymatics can be used to visualise marine bioacoustics and noise pollution for his installation Liquid Noise.
- Working with PECo Theatre on immersive sound and music for their City of Threads project.
- Curating the Museum of Sound with Matthew Herbert and the New BBC Radiophonic Workshop.