Anatole has worked in the music industry for over 20 years.
Based in Sydney, Australia, he has toured the world and had the great pleasure of working in some of the biggest and best venues with some of the biggest and best artists internationally.
Over the years these venues have grown from local pubs and clubs holding just a few hundred, to arenas and stadiums holding in the tens of thousands.
His occasional work as a broadcast engineer means his mixes have been heard by television audiences in the millions.
Starting in the industry as a musician, then crossing over to audio engineering means that Anatole has a deep appreciation and understanding of what it means to be a performer and how important it is to the artist to have great sound and a consistent and reliable engineer.
His many years experience both on and off the stage doing FOH, monitors and broadcast/studio work, as well as concert PA rigging, systems installation and tuning puts Anatole in a unique position when it comes to grasping all aspects of the audio world.
Combining all these aspects of live performance with a tremendous knowledge of sound systems, mixing consoles and room acoustics allows Anatole to approach sound mixing heavily armed with knowledge and experience.
As well as working in the music industry, Anatole has many years experience in corporate AV and can handle anything that is asked of him. Often this means making sure it sounds great in the room and that telephone, intercom and satellite link ups are at optimum levels and clarity.
Currently Anatole is the production manager and FOH engineer for Guy Sebastian, Damien Leith, David Campbell and Matt Gresham.
He has also just wrapped up another season as FOH engineer for X Factor Australia where he worked with superstars the likes of Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Adam Lambert, James Blunt and the list goes on.