Just returned to Auckland, from Australia where I’ve been working for the past month on a Bollywood feature film as their sound recordist.

Sound gear I own (partial list, a complete list for insurance or carnet purposes is available on request):

Sound Devices 552 mixer/recorder.
2x Tascam DR680 eight track recorders (can be cascaded together for 14 tracks simultaneous recording).
Zoom F4 eight track recorder with timecode.
2x Sound Devices MP-1 pre-amp.
Petrol PS614 mixing bag (with harness, & Sony BP-U power distribution system).
2x Tentacle Sync Timecode Boxes.
2x Timecode Systems Ultrasync ONE +  1x :wave with their BLINK network
12x wireless TX/RX pairs (Lectrosonics UCR210D/UM200C/LMa/UM450, Sony UWP-D11, RØDE RodeLink, Sennheiser G3).
6x DPA 4061 lavalier microphones.
2x Oscar SoundTech OST-801 lavs.
Tram TR50 lav.
Sanken CS-3e.
Audio-Technica AT4073a.
Sennheiser MKH-416.
Sennheiser ME66/K6 super-cardioid microphone with Rycote Softie.
Sennheiser ME64/K6.
RØDE NTG2 shotgun microphone.
Aputure Deity shotgun microphone.
AKG C460/CK63
2x Oktava MK-012 hypercardioid microphone.
Samson C02 cardioid microphone.
RØDE Blimp v2 & deadcat.
Tascam DR60D 4 track recorder.
RØDE VideoMic Pro.
Tascam DR22WL WiFi recorder.
Zoom H1 handheld recorder.
3m & 5m carbon fiber boom poles.

Send me an email now so we can discuss what I can do for your project to bring it to the next level!

My daily rate is $450/day for labour, + gear rental ($200/day package deal for a basic kit of: recorder/mixer + boom mic + a wireless). I can negotiate alternative rates for longer projects such as feature films.

If your shoot has any other specific gear needs then we can discuss them, and I’ll be able to source them for you as well.

For last year’s NZ 48hr Film Festival our team (that I was sound recordist for) was an Auckland Finalist (beating out hundreds of other films) for “Tane Huata: Puppet Hunter” (also got into 2017’s Final too! Film will be online soon).


Another film I recorded sound for called “No Caller ID” had its premiere at “Show Me Shorts” (NZ’s premiere short film festival)

A review of “No Caller ID”: Another review:

“No Caller ID” is currently screening at Screamfest Horror Film Festival, which NZ Herald calls “Hollywood’s most prestigious horror film festival”.

A few other videos I’ve recorded sound for include:

Am a team player knowledgeable in lighting and camera craft as well, and on small crews able to lend a hand pitching in alongside being a soundie with my versatile background.