Barney is an artist, composer and sound designer, based in London. His work often involves designing systems as a compositional tool to interweave narrative, interaction and information into installations, sound design and music. Barney is often creating work around anthropology, ecosystems, well being and acoustic ecology. With a background in music and multichannel audio, he is passionate about how sound can be used to form experience from sonic weaponry to neuroscience.
Barney is currently a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art. He was as a sound designer for BAFTA-nominated short film (MY DAD'S NAME WAS HUW. HE WAS AN ALCOHOLIC POET) whilst also displaying his work in South Kiosk Gallery, The Royal Academy of Art and the Design Museum.