Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Featured in San Diego

So rather excitingly, the good people at the San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) are very kindly showing two of my sculpted works at this year’s convention. So if you’re round San Diego way, keep an eye out!


Saturday, 11 April 2015


(Courtesy of Mel)

Rather excitingly, "The Hum"will be getting it's second audio outing on the new arts radio station Radiophrenia. Running from Tuesday 14th April, to Friday 17th April at 11pm.

11pm! Perfect for catching people as they drift into sleep. Perfect for creeping people out during delicate time of night where the line between wakefulness and sleep is it's thinnest.

For more details about Radiophrenia...here's the link: http://radiophrenia.scot

In other news, Paul Freeman and myself are pulling together the strands of a new project which we hope to get off the ground in the coming months.

Thank you for reading.

More to come...

Monday, 5 January 2015

Going to Air in-

So. In a rather exciting development, the first episode (and indeed the others) of the audio-drama Paul Freeman (Sound Designer) and myself put together is going to be broadcast on the radio station "Resonance FM" this Friday at 3:45PM, and then repeated on Monday at 8:45AM.
Tune your wireless it to 104.4FM or indeed listen to it online on their site: resonancefm.com

Picture courtesy of MelMcG

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

The year that was 2014

So! I've been jolly quiet these past few months.
A bad habit and I'm terribly sorry to those of you who've trying to keep up with me.
2014 has been a surprisingly quiet old year, with exciting bits and pieces dotted through out, like pennies dropped in a Christmas Pudding.
Here are the majority of my sculpted works and wears this year has led me to produce.

(Funny how it seems like you've hardly done anything when your year's works are laid out before you)

Oh yes and also!

Here are the FINAL two episodes of the mini-audio drama Paul Freeman (Sound Designer) and myself worked together on in the later half of the year.

Episode Three: "The cold fingers of Rothstead creep into Peter Heath's world. Cutting him off and trapping him, like a mesh of cobwebs.
Is the mist lifting? Or is it getting thicker?"

Episode Four: "Peter Heath is ready for answers. He finds his world is closing around him. The Wastelands are calling and the story is ending"

So. I do hope you have a very Happy New Year, and thank you for giving my work a glance.

I shall see you all very soon.

More to come....

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Bad Dreams

Time for episode two of the audio drama mini-series that sound designer Paul Freeman and myself have put together.

Peter Heath doesn't remember falling asleep. All he remembers is waking up.
It is early morning and Heath can't stop thinking.

Sound Design - Paul Freeman
Written and Read by - James O'Neill


More to come ...

Friday, 31 October 2014


So I've been quiet recently. I apologise enormously for that.
But I've not been idle.

Over the past few months, my sound designer and I have been working away on something quite different from out previous collaborations.
We decided to try put together a purely audio-based drama serial. Something that would be full of atmosphere and suggestion.

And so here is the first of four episodes of our Mini-Series titled: "The Hum"

A hum has been heard rolling over the faceless suburbia of Rothstead.
Wailing and sweeping like whale-song. The locals are scared and the cats are screaming.
Peter Heath has been assigned to investigate.
Will he find his answer, or get lost in the mist? 

Sound Design - Paul Freeman
Written and Read by - James O'Neill


More to come...

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Who York

In connection to the San Diego Comic Con, my little sculpted thingamajig is now going to be shown (along with all the other fan artwork submitted) at the New York leg of the Doctor Who World Tour when the attendees wait for the screening of the Series 8 opening episode "Deep Breath" to start.
So quite a captive audience it sounds.
Which is a little amazing.

Photo courtesy of whoever at BBC Enterprises who took it.