Since 2007 I have been working to develop the Driftsinging methodology, and have made a number of solo Driftsongs around South London. Using my voice as a tool and sound as the medium, Driftsinging is a methodology whereby I sound vocal drawings through place in response to place.

In my first, a psychogeographical Driftsong through Peckham Rye Park titled Finding the Peck, I searched for evidence of the submerged river Peck. Using my camera as witness to identify certain landmark signs that suggest the course of a river, I sang across the park following the likely flow of the underground stream. In Finding the Peck there was little or no interaction between sound and place, but rather, softly sang speculations in conversation with the camera's seeing eye.