Didn't start well, with Gisele hospitalised for a few days. That overshadowed the whole of the month. I also read Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air about the 1996 tragedy on Mount Everest and began writing this very blog!
February and March were all about Le Ciel Flamand. First recording the Foley (pictured here is the tub in which we recorded the swimming pool).
Then in March came the sound effects for Le Ciel Flamand, and another feature, Renesse.
Dublin. This picture from the entrance into one of the best-known record shops in the city, Freebird. I also finished Kenneth Williams' autobiography, Just Williams.
In most months, seeing Iggy Pop and Post Pop Depression absolutely smash it at the Royal Albert Hall would be my pick of the month. However, in May came two shows by Lush at the Roundhouse in London. A band I never imagined I would ever see live, came back with some style. Also took a look at Scanner's sound installation Cliveden, Berkshire.
Was overshadowed by the EU Referendum. This is the picture I took on June 23, outside my local polling station. I also saw Television at the Electric in Brixton and visited Ghent for a few days.
Parts of my trip to Brazil literally took my breath away. This picture is from the train ride from Curitiba to Morretes, along a route of ever-changing vegetation. Beautiful. After Brazil came a trip to Cardiff, and my first two sounds walks - at Llandaff Cathedral and in Bristol city centre.
Saw me back in Ghent for most of the month, on dubbing editor duties for the political mockudrama, De 16. I read two books, The Sentry by Robert Crais and The Hour of the Star by Clarice Lispector.
September was a month of research and writing, most of it done at The British Library in London.
October brought not only Cardiff, but the prospect of a new home for Sounds That Move at Meanwhile House Cardiff, a new space for creative professionals.
November meant many trips to Ikea, searching for office furniture; shelves, a desk, office chair, cabinets, you name it. The bargain corner of Ikea not only gives you pretty decent discounts, you get the added bonus of buying furniture and fittings that have been assembled by professionals.
In the last few days of the year I grabbed what was probably the last sunny day and headed out to Maryon Park with Gisele to shoot some footage for a music video for Tanuja Desai Hidier's track Deep Blue She.