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Born 1st November 1971, Liverpool, England. Studied music and recording at Salford University before embarking on a career as a professional musician. Initially working alongside legendary Manchester producer Johnny Jay and engineer Lee Monteverde, as a programmer and engineer, Neil later moved into Production, most significantly producing the 1998 Boa album "Race of a Thousand Camels". During the 90's, Neil was also a session musician on a variety of PWL (Pete Waterman Limited) recordings for artists such as Steps, Samantha Mumba, A1 and Westlife. In 2003, Neil co-produced the song "Cry Baby" for Jemini reaching number 15 in the UK charts.