Deirdre Morrison is a sound artist, producer, and audio post mixer who works with audio, video, and 3D environments to create immersive digital settings. Deirdre edits, mixes, and composes for independent features, short films, and documentaries. They hold a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ottawa and have completed programs in Music Industry Arts and Sound Design and Production. Deirdre produces experimental music and has performed at Pop Montreal and OXW. Their artistic practice is informed by an interest in new media and a fascination with the interaction between visual and auditory arts.

My work uses audio, video, and integrated development environments to create immersive settings that explore the relationship between ecology and technology. By blending subtle, textural soundscapes with 3D digital materials, I am building isolated environments for sound to be experienced. My work experiments with simulated micro-ecosystems to interpret the language of the natural world. By merging field recordings with synthesis, I seek to make the viewer aware of natural processes that are often difficult to perceive.

Deirdre Morrison is a Toronto-based sound artist, composer, and audio post mixer. They work with audio, video, and 3D digital environments to create immersive settings that explore ecology, technology, and the language of the natural world. Deirdre received their B.A. from the University of Ottawa and has completed programs in Music Industry Arts (Algonquin College) and Sound Design and Production (George Brown College). Their artistic practice is informed by an interest in new media and a fascination with the interaction between visual and auditory arts.

Deirdre Morrison is a sound artist, producer, and audio post mixer. They work with audio, video, and 3D digital environments to create immersive settings that explore ecology, technology, and the language of the natural world. Originally from Nova Scotia, they currently live and work in Toronto. Deirdre received their B.A. from the University of Ottawa and has completed programs in Music Industry Arts and Sound Design and Production. Their artistic practice is informed by an interest in new media and a fascination with the interaction between visual and auditory arts.

Deirdre Morrison is a sound artist, composer, and audio post mixer. They work with audio, video, and 3D digital environments to create immersive settings that explore ecology, technology, and the language of the natural world. Originally from Nova Scotia, they currently live and work in Toronto. Deirdre received their B.A. from the University of Ottawa and has completed programs in Music Industry Arts and Sound Design and Production. Their artistic practice is informed by an interest in new media and a fascination with the interaction between visual and auditory arts.