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Matthew trained as a sound engineer at SAE, Byron Bay, Australia, where he earned his BA in Audio Engineering. He received his MA in Art & Media at The University of Westminster in 2008. After this he started a label and recording studio in Wiltshire, where he produced and engineered a number of records (see Discography), he continued working in sound, curating audiovisual art exhibitions, producing short films and music videos. 

He has worked as a live sound engineer for several live acts, including Kate Nash, The Cribs, Scouting for Girls, Last Days of April and Newton Faulkner. 

Later he initiated the group Eureka Creek, a music outfit that often experiments in sound and film as part of their creative output. The band's work has been exhibited and performed in Germany, Austria, Britain, Australia and New Zealand, as video installations or on radio broadcasts.

Matthew currently works as a music teacher in Salisbury, continues to produce records, and mainly performs and exhibits work in Europe.

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