Bio & Credits
Owen is a London based sound designer and composer. Owen trained in Sound Arts & Design at the London College of Communication, graduating with distinction. His theatre credits include ;
'After The Act' and 'Joan Of Leeds' by Breach (New Diorama), 'The Witchfinder's Sister' (Queen's theatre Hornchurch)'Trigger Warning' (Camden People's Theatre) 'Flight Paths' by Extant (National Tour), 'Vessel' (Battersea Arts centre), 'Gulliver's Travels' 'I, Cinna (The poet)', 'Huddle' 'Not now Bernard' 'Othello' 'Iron Man’ & 'Jeramee Hartleby & Ooglemore’ (all at The Unicorn Theatre), 'Frau Welt' (Hackney Showrooms), ‘Punts' & 'Jelly Beans' (Theatre 503) ‘BU21' (Trafalgar Studios), 'Cosmic Fear' (New Diorama) 'A Local Boy' (The Pleasance). He is associate sound designer for 'LUNG', producing works including 'Woodhill'(Summerhall) and 'Trojan Horse' (Summerhall- winner of 'Fringe First' and 'Amnesty International Freedom of Expression' awards) 'Who Cares' (The Lowry), Chilcot (Battersea Arts Centre) and E15 (Summerhall).
He produces and performs with his band Kudu Blue (www.Spotify.com/Kudublue).
He composed and sound designed for 'Shared Space and Light's' mapped projection project 'Always and Always Facing Toward the Light' which was projected onto Leicester Town Hall to commemorate 100 years of women's suffrage.
He is a dubbing producer and director working at Iyuno Media Group/BTI Studios and has directed shows for clients including Dreamworks, Netflix and Sky.
'An outstanding score from Owen Crouch — a distorted, distorting lo-fi electronica soundscape that buzzes in your head throughout — almost steals the show'- The Times (Othello)
'Music becomes both a balm and an escape as Owen Crouch's sound design floods the stage with song... the music gives space to breathe' The Guardian (Who Cares)
'Owen Crouch's soundscape... is an assault on the senses' Whatsonstage.com (I, Cinna (the Poet)
'Special mention must also go to Owen Crouch’s sound design; his ambient landscapes merge with industrial beats in such a way that it feels like one is in a giant metallic womb' The Upcoming (Iron Man)
'Owen Crouch provides a continually stimulating aural background that is sinister and discomfiting, but not intrusive' Livetheatreuk.co.uk (Bu21)
'Owen Crouch's music is fabulous' Lyn Gardner (Vessel)
Sound and Music