Michiel Kamp [+]
Michiel Kamp is Junior Assistant Professor of Music at Utrecht University, where he specializes in teaching music in film and digital media music. Michiel completed his AHRC-funded Ph.D. in Music at Cambridge University with his thesis, ‘Four ways of hearing video game music’, which focused on phenomenological approaches to listening. As well as presenting his research at international conferences, he has also written for journals including Philosophy and Technology. He has co-edited the forthcoming special issue on video game music for The Soundtrack.
Tim Summers [+]
Tim Summers is a Teaching Fellow in Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. He has written on music in modern popular culture for journals including the Journal of the Royal Musical Association, Journal of Film Music and Music, Sound and the Moving Image. He is the author of Understanding Video Game Music (2016).
Mark Sweeney [+]
Mark Sweeney completed his D.Phil. thesis (entitled “The Aesthetics of Videogame Music”) in musicology at Hertford College, Oxford. His primary research interest is on aesthetic theory and video game music. He was previously lecturer in music at St Catherine’s College, Oxford.