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RESEARCH

I  am interested in the impact of cultural location on the improvising voice, and the work of women in British improvised music. My work  connects notation, improvisation, instrument, and the creative self.

I am delighted to have presented my paper, 'The jazz canon in the late twentieth century; where are the women?'  at the Canterbury Christchurch University Postgraduate Research Association Conference 2020.

I was invited to talk about my approach to improvisation at Laboratorio Audio Visuale in Madrid as part of Estudios Sonoros curated by the wonderful Wade Matthews in April 2021.

I began a practice based PhD at UCA in September 2021 under the supervision of Emmanuelle Waeckerlé.

I am proud to be part of the Music and/as Process Royal Music Association Committee from October 2021 onwards.