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Projects and Work

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Audio Visual Sound Map - Kit Hill Quarry

A collaboration with Artist Explorer Karen Howse. Blending visual art with audio. The final work is installed at the Tamar Valley Centre Gunnislake Cornwall. 

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'Music From Surprising Spaces Composition for Launceston'

A composition created from sounds collected in and around Launceston Cornwall then complimented with instrumentation. Working in collaboration with ASONE, Charles Causley Trust, Launceston Library and Launceston Town Council. 

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Podcast Theme Music

The premier music education podcast with episodes performing in the top 25 percent of podcasts on earth. Arlo Anwin Created the theme music for this renowned podcast.

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Mindful Tune-ups

Creating the content for this game changing music and mindfulness web app. Working with immersive drones, field recordings and traditional instrumentation.  MindfulTune-ups is in over 250 schools. 


Moments from Home

A guitar driven composition, intertwined with field recordings. 


'A Little Comfort' Composition for UMA Ukulele

A composition commissioned by UMA ukulele and Stones Music, created for a ukulele ensemble. The composition was released with an accompanying performance and workshop mini-tour performing and teaching the piece.



Arlo Anwin Composed the soundtrack for this short film which premiered at the Minnesota Film Festival 2022. With a focus on Ukulele blended with electronic elements. Starting  Jake Levitt and Laura Dooling.

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In Series

A fully electronic composition blending fieldrecording with innovative synthesis. Described by tometotheweathermachine as 'a unique and immersive listening experience'


Winters Approach

Kalimba and field recordings blended together for a haunting and visual exploration of the onset of winter. 



Banjo and Ukulele intertwined with electronic artifacts created with manipulated field recordings.

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