With a dual focus on facilitated music-making and an end-product sound installation, I have led on a number of collaborative education projects for different organisations. These include permanent installation pieces in both Royal Brompton and St Mary’s Children’s hospitals (in partnership with Wigmore Hall) and a week-long project with Tate Modern working with looked-after children. Combining coding, sampling, design, manufacture and interfacing, these pieces - such as ‘Wonderbox’ and ‘Musical Time Machines’ - encourage exploratory interaction with a sound sculpture or object that engages children in ways that music may not have done before.

My latest piece, with the City of London Sinfonia, collaborates with children at the Hospital Schools at Bethlem and Maudsley, and will be shown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in October 2018.