James Cook is a multi-award winning producer and editor with 20 years’ experience making audio for the BBC. His work covers the arts and natural history for BBC Sounds, BBC Radio 4 and the World Service. His credits include Forest 404, Soul Music, Dawn Chorus Live, Songs to Live By, Tweet of the Day and the BBC Earth podcast. He is currently creative lead for BBC Audio’s Creative Development Unit; tasked with bringing innovative forms of audio content to large audiences. James has expertise in creating rich audio soundscape, especially using natural sounds, also long experience of audio storytelling and developing innovative narrative forms of audio. James has a personal and professional interest in natural sounds and their capacity to aid well being.