I lead the DMLab project at Drake Music, an experimental programme where we prototype new, accessible instruments for disabled musicians. Bridging the gap between musicians and makers, technologists, coders and developers, our aim is to pioneer new accessible music technology. With monthly hack meets, intensive hack-a-thons and long-term support for the development of new instruments, I coordinate and work alongside technologists, disabled musicians and instrument designers. Most recently, I have worked alongside Kris Halpen in the development of the MiMu glove control system, and brought into reality John Kelly’s idea for the ‘Kellycaster’, a fully functional guitar-based instrument that has opened up new areas of John’s performance practice.