Keri is a neurodivergent Sound Designer with specializations in Theatre, films, games, and other media, they create designs that immerse audiences in captivating aural worlds. Starting out in Radio Production in 2001, she learned the art of editing and producing commercials for on-air use. Progressing later into On Air presenting in 2004. Her passion for new challenges in sound led to a transition into Theatre sound in 2010.
In 2013, she received a nomination for an Off West End Award in Sound Design for "The Grand Guignol" at the Space Theatre. This experience paved the way for a role as the Resident Sound Designer at for Space Productions until 2021.
A significant milestone occurred in 2021 when she was granted the Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) Grant by Arts Council England supporting their exploration of Ambisonic and Binaural Sound in VR/AR environments using game engine technology. This not only expanded their skills in theatre but also opened doors to the mediums of films and games.
Their Theatre Sound Design portfolio includes notable productions such as Spitfire Sisters (Three of a Kind & Space Productions), The XMas Carol (Vulcanello Productions), Bottled Up (Space Productions at Lyric Hammersmith), Mountains of Madness (Vulcanello Productions), The Masks of Aphra Behn (A Monkey with Cymbals), and Look Who’s All Grown Up (Space Productions.)
Additionally, Keri has contributed as an Assistant Sound Designer for works like That is Not Who I Am at the Royal Court and The Collab (Aequitas Theatre).
Her Film Sound Design credits include: Opp/Ned (Jonathan Kristiansen), while Game Audio credits include: Vestige Demo developed by Beer Spill Studios and Carboncino's Inferno developed by NeonFridge Games