Hamish Sewell

Hamish Sewell is the founder of Soundtrails. This he sees as part of an emerging indie locative audio field/industry where sound is the primary tool for the place-based immersive experience, and is about empowering local voices and community connections.

He is one of the international advisors with the Walk, Create team and is currently a PhD candidate with Macquarie University researching locative audio. He hopes that over time Soundtrails can play a part in building a more dynamic and robust pool of producers working sustainably in the world of locative audio. For more on Hamish Sewell go to storiedland

Soundrails produced by Hamish Sewell to date:

Uralla, Tenterfield, Warialda, Bingara, Moree Aboriginal Diggers, Goonoowigall 'Aboriginal Fringe Camp', Nanango, Nambour Heritage, Armidale Catholic Precinct, Myall Creek & Walcha Sculpture. Miles Soundrail - soon to be published