Iain previously worked in the film industry within the Research & Development Department of AMS -Neve, developing audio mixing desk technology as Lead Software Test Engineer on their flagship product the DFC: Digital Film Console. In 1999 whilst working there, the company R&D Department was awarded a Technical Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
He has over 23 years’ experience working as an Independent Forensic Audio/Video Enhancement and Transcription Specialist in serious crime and has worked on the most high profile of cases for the UK’s police and intelligence agencies as well as for the Royal Military Police in the aftermath of the Iraq war.
Iain has trained the Metropolitan Police Video Unit and the Hungarian Secret Service in video enhancement and presented training talks at Cheshire, PSNI and GMP Police College CID courses. His casework includes the Milly Dowler murder enquiry, the death of the BBC journalist Terry Lloyd, the Rhys Jones murder enquiry, the Daily Mirror's Iraqi fake photograph story, the Glasgow bin lorry enquiry and the analysis of Raoul Moat audio footage for Sky News. He has also worked on numerous high profile murder enquiries and investigations throughout the UK, Ireland, Australia, the Middle East, North and South Africa.