Rhett has worked as a Producer/engineer with artists including Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music; Brian Eno; Talking Heads; The B52's; Dire Straits; Talk Talk; 'Til Tuesday; Icehouse; OMD; King Crimson and many more. He has co-written with both Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno and was closely involved with Brian Eno in the creation of his early Ambient works including "Music For Films" & "Music For Airports" both of which have been used extensively in Film, TV and commercials.
After studying at Trinity College of Music in London, he turned his sights to the recording studio, quickly establishing a career as an engineer before concentrating on producing and composing. His experiments with sound textures has always been essential to the music he has made and help to create.
“I like to think that when something I have worked on is played, it has a colour and texture that instantly sets the mood for the music".
In addition to multi Platinum and Gold selling, Grammy nominated albums, Rhett has received awards for his contributions to music, including a Gold Badge from BASCA in 2005.
Rhett lives and works in the UK.