Phil was formerly signed solo to A@M Records and now runs a Brighton music studio supporting singer/songwriters in creating a contemporary sound for their songs.
He also works with singers who cannot play an instrument but just have the start of a melody and lyric. Phil can bring simple song ideas to life, helping play, arrange and develop them into full productions in many musical styles.
Bob Geldof said that his production of 'Good Thing' by Candy is one the greatest singles he'd ever heard and was in radio play rotation on his XFM show for six months.
In 2007 he was a winner of the 'John Lennon Song Writing Competition.' He has collaborated with artists like David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Karl Wallinger and Sam Brown.
He is also a Goldsmith's University music workshop skills graduate, working with adults and children giving one to one vocal, percussion, computer music tech and guitar tuition and running popular songwriting workshops for children aged 8-11 at two Brighton schools.
While he was with A@M, he supported Joan Armatrading and Level 42 on tours across England and Europe and has been approached by many parents to develop their children's first rock bands.
Phil also releases his own songs through his label Revolutionary Road Music and has recently written the soundtrack for the show, 'Shine' - the story of one man's journey out of a breakdown.
"Phil is an innovative, focused producer and a highly gifted musical interpreter " - Sam Brown
"He has fantastic feel, gets the best results from you and has the exasperating talent of making you sound more like you. Phil is a stunning producer" - Mark Cribb (Groovy Movies TV)
"Phil is brilliant to work with. He played drums and bass on my tracks, and his input was invaluable. He puts his heart and soul into the music." - JP Matthew
Get in contact with Phil for some personal feedback about your music.