Welcome to the website of BAFTA award winning sound editor, film and video maker, writer, trainer and photographer, JOHN CRUMPTON.
By popular demand I've uploaded the original Ed Banger & the Nosebleeds from 1978 which you can view here.
For an added thrill see the story with an up-to-date version of 'I Ain't Bin to Music School' with Ed Banger and the group as it is now. View here.
If you've come to view the video 'International Workers Memorial Day' featuring Claire Mooney singing 'A Day to Remember' click here
If you've come to find out more about the Tea Machine DVD insert here
You can now view the Tea Machine here
If you've come to view the video 'I Married a Cult Figure from Salford' here
See Faerground Accidents Live at the King's Arms here
It's finally been uploaded see One More Chance here
Past, Present & Future -The Working Class Movement Library up to 2005 is now available to view here
Pause for Play - A 1994 look at GRUMPY - The Greater Manchester Play Resources Unit can be seen here
The Brewery Museum, Burton-on-Trent from 1988 can be viewed here
John lives and works in Manchester, in the North West of England and has over 35 years experience working across the UK's Media Industries. He continues to be active in a number of related fields.
Please feel free to respond to any of the pages via firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently he wishes to 'raise his profile', publicise his skills and knowledge and become involved professionally in new projects. In addition, having led such a varied and creative life he has decided to create a website to share details of the many fascinating projects he has produced over the years and to highlight his current projects.
John is well aware of the pitfalls.
'Of course I realise that it's a fine line that separates self-archiving from vanity publication. This website will attempt to stay firmly on the side of the former.
As I don't have an army of students beating a fevered path to my door begging me to be the subject of their PhD dissertation viz.
'The great unseen films and life of JC, blah, blah, blah.....'
Consequently it has fallen on me to attempt such a venture, a sort of a PhDIY if you will. I hope you enjoy my attempt.'