A Tony Award winner Best Sound Design in a Play for the Broadway production of The 39 Steps, Mic’s involvement in theatre sound extends over thirty-six years. Mic has been resident at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, the Royal Court Theatre, Tyne Theatre Company and toured internationally with Ballet Rambert.  He has designed the sound for over 350 productions including more than 250 for West Yorkshire Playhouse where he worked for 23 years as it’s first head of sound, resident sound designer, associate director  and then from 2000 as Director of Creative Technology .  He received a TMA award in 1992 for Best Designer (Sound) for Life Is A Dream and was nominated for both the Lucille Lortel and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Sound Design 2001 for the New York production of The Unexpected Man. Mic was nominated for  eight  international awards for productions of The 39 Steps worldwide, including the  2007 Laurence Olivier Award. .


Recent theatre credits include: Sherlock The Best Kept Secret (UK Tour), The Captainof Kopenick (Olivier, National Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (WYP) , The Kings Speech (Wyndham’s), The Madness of George III, (Apollo), The Hounding of David Oluwale (Eclipse Theatre), Bad Girls The Musical  (Garrick Theatre), The Hound of the Baskervilles (Duchess Theatre), The Postman Always Rings Twice (Playhouse Theatre); Ying Tong (New Ambassadors Theatre); The Solid Gold Cadillac (Garrick Theatre ); Brand (RSC and West End); Pretending To Be Me (West Yorkshire Playhouse/West End); Art (West End/Broadway/worldwide); Shockheaded Peter (Cultural Industry world tour/West End); The Unexpected Man (RSC/West End/New York/Los Angeles); Another Country (Arts Theatre); Beauty and the Beast, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Seagull, Victoria, The Roundhouse Season of Late Shakespeare Plays (RSC); Savages (National Youth Theatre at The Royal Court); Animal Farm, Don’t You Leave Me Here, Monkey!, Fast Labour, Salonika, The Grouch, The Duchess of Malfi, Alice in Wonderland, To Kill a Mockingbird, How Many Miles to Basra?, The Sunshine Boys, Bollywood Jane (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Homage to Catalonia (West Yorkshire Playhouse/ Northern Stage/Teatre Romea).
 
Video designs for theatre includes:
Queen of the Nile (Hull Truck) Refugee Boy (WYP), His Teeth, Any Which Way (Only Connect), Bad Girls The Musical  (Garrick Theatre, and West Yorkshire Playhouse), Der Ring des Nibelungen (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden); Three Thousand Troubled Threads (Stellar Quines, Edinburgh International Festival); The Ethics of Progress (Unlimited Theatre): The Wooden Frock (Kneehigh); The Solid Gold Cadillac (West End); Dracula (The Touring Consortium); Fast Labour, Salonika, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Don Quixote, Bollywood Jane, The Wizard of Oz, Johnson Over Jordan, Crap Dad, Scuffer (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Dangerous Corner (West Yorkshire Playhouse/West End); Singin' In The Rain (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Royal National Theatre/national tour); The Turk In Italy (ENO); The Ring Cycle (New National Theatre Tokyo); Il Tabarro, Chorus! (WNO); Of Mice and Men (Mind the Gap).
 
Television includes the sound design for
How Wide is Your Sky (Real Life Productions for Channel Four); Lesley Garrett and Friends at the Movies (BBC).