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Jiggery Pokery Productions was formally set up in 2017 by Laoise O'Brien and Ben Rawlins, having completed a number of successful recording projects together. Since then they have recorded over twenty-five albums in addition to content for video, radio, and live theatre production. 

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Laoise O'Brien, Producer

Laoise O'Brien is a musician with twenty years professional performance experience. During this time she has managed, produced and delivered multiple performances, tours, festivals and events and continues to have a busy career as a performing musician. Since 2011 Laoise has been active as a music producer, producing first her own albums, and later large-scale projects involving diverse genres and large forces. Laoise's background is in early music but she is equally at home in classical, traditional and folk idioms. Her skill-set includes: project management, studio supervision, score reading, music editing, and art-work management. She works with a number of graphic designers, photo and videographers, technicians, and post-production professionals, in addition to a successful collaboration with recording engineer, Ben Rawlins. 


Ben Rawlins, Recording Engineer

Ben Rawlins has established a reputation as a leading recording engineer. He has worked on numerous critically acclaimed albums, films, award-winning radio broadcasts, and live projects with composers and musicians from the classical, traditional, and contemporary music scenes. He has also produced content for radio, television and online media both in Ireland and abroad, in addition to numerous projects for individual groups and artists and is in constant demand as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer.
Ben has been the resident sound recordist with the TU Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama since 1999. With a vast collection of new and vintage microphones, a fully treated mastering suite in Churchtown and a Prism Audio mobile system for location recordings, he can cater for any chamber or large scale recording projects.