Audio editor Sound Designer Foley Artist
aka: Casey MeavorN
Kirstin is a final year student at Glasgow School of Art studying Sound and the Moving Image. Last year in her 3rd year degree show, she presented a documentary film featuring the brutalist architecture of St. Peter’s Seminary, Cardross. The film focused on the decay and isolation of this A-Listed building, the creative opportunities it affords and its final abandonment through the decision not to grant state care status.
Her greatest passion is in the area of Health and Wellbeing strengthened by her own experiences having, and dealing with, dyspraxia. She conveys the constant fight in her head of trying to process too much information through visuals and sounds exemplified in her short 360 film My Brain and Me.
Kirstin also has an interest in science fiction particularly dystopian worlds. She has taken a short radio drama from the Sediverse series and transformed an existing episode into an online binaural audio piece called Dust.
Kirstin was awarded, at the end of last year, an ‘Outstanding Achievement Certificate’, recognition of her work during the 3rd year of her degree at GSA.
"My Brain and Me" is a 360 film based on Kirstin's own perspective of what its like to have dyspraxia. The listener is forced into a series of strange drone sounds in the backgrounds along with my own voice layered to give the listener/viewer a subjective of the inner voice on what I feel.
Binaural Radio play utilising custom made sound design creating Spatial audio designed to enhance the listeners audio experience -
to make them feel part of the action