Simon's curiosity, imagination and passion for creating distinctive sound design, music cues and radio means he is perfectly suited for projects where something extraordinary is needed. He has been experimenting with sound for over 20 years. His music, radio and sound designs have been heard on BBC 2, AMC's The Horror Channel, Discovery Channel, TCM, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 Music, NTS, totallyradio, Resonance FM and ABC (Australia). When he's not in his studio surrounded by unusual instruments and sound mangling devices, he can be found gathering recordings in remote locations.
His music under the name The Simonsound, took inspiration from the cold war, space race, science fiction and library music, and the album ‘Reverse Engineering’ was selected by Giles Peterson as one of his BBC Radio 1 Records Of The Year. A darker sound in Black Channels (a collaboration with singer Becky Randall) found a home on cult soundtrack label Death Waltz Records. His soundtrack to the radio drama Akiha Den Den, described by Electronic Sound Magazine as '21st Century Radiophonica at its very best' and 'a seamless adventure in spot on sound design', has recently been released by Castles in Space Records.