Meet our 2021 Multitrack Fellows below. We’re really excited we’ve had the chance to meet and work with this amazing group of talented audio producers.
Adebukola (Bukky) Fadipe
Bukky is a mother and freelance writer. She’s studying journalism, film and television and graduates in February 2021. She’s dabbled with comedy and the stage but she realised producing audio was her passion and has been producing content for 4 yrs, for student and community radio.
Follow Bukky here: @BukkyOnTheRadio
Nadine is the producer of @ThursleyRadio. She has worked for Soho Radio and Morley Radio, and worked with We Are Stabl as a researcher. She is one of the creators and producers of ‘Departures’, an audio project that explores personal recollections of romantic relationships.
Follow Nadine here: @_NadinePeters
Charlie is a radio host, DJ and audio producer. He’s had shows on @worldwidefm, @sohoradio and @NetilRadio. His experimental music show on @threadsradio is called Celestial Grub. He uses audio to explore the intersection between music, culture, social and political issues.
Meera is a freelance audio producer and consultant; passionate about furthering South Asian representation through sound. Her podcast @emkayonthemic was included in Great British Podcasts’ Favourite Podcasts of 2019 list. She wants to create thought-provoking audio across genres.
Follow Meera here: @meeerakumar
Noor is a DJ, producer and filmmaker- known for playing upbeat popular records infused with Middle Eastern and North African sounds as a resident DJ at @FoundationFM and @plus1_radio. In her work, she explores the themes of home, culture and gender.
Follow Noor here: @Nooriyah_
Jill’s love for unheard and untold stories started when she was in Lagos, Nigeria, a vibrant place with exciting lived experiences. Bringing these stories to life through sound is something she actively pursues. Her most recent work was being part of @BLSoundHeritage‘s #saveoursounds project.
Follow Jill here: @mnena
Olivia Melkonian is a sound artist, DJ and audio producer raised between London/Sharjah. She currently produces Untelevised: The Podcast, and curates her own sonic-visual project, Homegrown. Her passion lies in preserving Armenian history, language and family traditions through sound.
Lorraine is an audio producer with a passion for storytelling and creating art that moves people. She was part of Spotify UK’s Sound Up Cohort 2019, and is a huge podcast nerd. She says she’s making amends for 8 years working in fast fashion (boo!).
Follow Lorraine here: @Lorrie7
Born in Tokyo and raised in London, Chris is a producer and artist with undiagnosed chronic pain. Their professional background is predominantly in live comedy, as well as theatre and poetry. They centre intersectionality and accessibility in their work.
Follow Chris here: @stickinhand
Calum is an artist, sound maker and performer whose previously work has been featured on BBC Radio 4’s Short Cuts.
Follow Calum here: https://soundcloud.com/calumperrin