Season's Greetings from The Glasgow School of Art, by GSA M.Des Sound for the Moving Image graduate Graeme JD Ronald.
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Forever River combines footage of the River Clyde, provided by ID Stewart, with Graeme's home recordings of his musical composition process. Wave and ripple patterns in the water form the basis of the musical composition, and the sound and image combine to create an elegiac Christmas letter home. The piece ends on a wry note of Glasgow nostalgia.
About the Artist
Graeme JD Ronald graduated from the MDES in Sound For The Moving Image in 2013. Prior to and while completing the Masters, Graeme performed and recorded music as Remember Remember, initially on his own before forming a group. Since graduating, Graeme has worked as a sound designer and composer for the video game developer Deep Silver and as a freelancer on commercial sound design projects. Graeme relocated to St. Louis, Missouri in 2015.
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