Fiona Miller is an accomplished found sound recordist who explores the capture and recycling of sound within her environment; as a former international touring artist Fiona has performed throughout Europe and Russia with her self produced album The Whale's love life, which marries the capture and recycling of sound with layered instrumentation and musical elements.


Previous works include a found sound social change recording project whereby she swam and recorded 45 days of underwater sound, and Sonic Twister, an interactive game that offers young people the ability to source their own field recordings and create compositions using an interactive sound mat.


Currently Fiona is completing her Masters in Composition and Sonic arts (AHRC funded) where her principle area of research is concerned with the context of sound removed from its source, specifically the transmission of sound between objects, and the possible sonic resonances and contextual implications of sound amplified in to new environments.