My piece, Abroad to beg your bacon, commissioned by House of Bedlam, will be broadcast on BBC 3’s Hear and Now.

In 2017 for SPARC’s Touch Symposium (City, University of London's SPARC – Sound Practice and Research at City), my paper, Poetry's playground: transforming the written word into an integral sensory experience, contributed to the discourse around touch/tactility and in 2019 has been published in Tempo.

I am participating in nu: nord, an artistic cooperation and community-building project between emerging new-music creators from Canada, Scandinavia and the UK.

In February 2013 I was given a wonderful working space--overlooking the Baltic--in which to work on a big project about a temple in Hampi, (a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in south India). In Visby, I was able to put down the foundations of this large-scale work which will incorporate dancers and musicians from both the U.K. and India, culminating in a performance in Hampi. Now, my task is to find funding, which will allow for everyone to be able to experience the sonic world of the place.