The Ballad Of Ivor Jones - Working With Lost & Found

Hello there,

Thanks to Found&Lost for the great time working with them on their Visiual and Audio piece 'The Ballad Of Ivor Jones'.

The evening of presenting went beautifuly with all the work Lost&Found put in to it and I'm really proud of the soundscape created to accompany their work and glad that they liked it to. All together the still and moving images worked so well with the Voices Of the Valley Choir and the soundscape to create a really moving experience.

I Hope to work with Found & Lost again and wish all the best to Ivor Jones.

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Comment by michele woodey on April 1, 2014 at 16:12

Thank you for all your work and creative input Chris

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