Recently we listened to Mark Ferguson’s field recordings from the Slimbridge wildlife preserve. That project detailed Ferguson’s experience recording sound effects from the 800 hectare wetland.
Ferguson has returned with a new project: “Ashland.”
Recorded at the 80-acre wetland Drumnaph Nature Reserve in the UK, the web page shares audio “Stormscapes.” The evocative composition is paired with rich black and white photos and time-lapse videos.
Mark told me that the project aims to capture:
immersive stereo recordings exploring notions of space, place and landscape representation
Slide on some headphones and check out the audio at the base of page.
Visit the “Ashland” project by Mark Ferguson.