Noise Intercepted Collaborators

Euan Henderson - Media Producer


Aberdeen, Scotland

Why do I want to participate?

It sounds like an exciting premise, a little bit unknown, and also a challenge. I use audio & visual technology on a day-to-day basis and relish the idea of putting my own creative skills to the test! I don't always get opportunities to be so spontaneous with my usual media work, so the ability to observe and reflect 'outside of the box' is very enticing...



Kil-WhangNoise Challenge #1: The Pulse

“On this cold North-East coast, the native inhabitants turned to the sea for their survival and settling at the south end of a bay, they built shelters and primitive boats. Over the centuries, the settlement grew and prospered and was known as Kilwhang. With ‘Kil’ meaning hill and ‘whang’ the name, or sound of a whip, possibly, the name is derived from the cliffs above the original settlement and the sound of wind whistling around their meagre shelters.” Leopard Magazine May 2007.