A graduate of the Masters in Physics course at Queen Mary University of London and an active musician and music teacher, Milo joined Charcoalblue in 2018 as an intern in the acoustics department. Since then, he has worked on projects across the globe, focusing on all aspects of room acoustics, sound separation, and noise control, as well as taking charge of many of the acoustics department’s research and development projects.
Studying both the saxophone and clarinet from a young age, Milo has always been intrigued by the different spaces he has both performed in and visited, from venues across his home city of Bristol, to those across the UK and beyond.
Since joining the London studio, Milo’s consultancy work has included analysis of room acoustics for The Peter Hall Performing Arts Centre at The Perse School, Cambridge, UK, and environmental noise analysis for both Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago, US, and Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, UK.
His research and development role for Charcoalblue’s acoustics department has also covered creation and management of their AutoCAD drawing standards, standardisation research for software-based room acoustics predictions, and management of various acoustic databases.