I am a sound artist and Deep Listening® certified tutor, with a PhD in Music Technology and Innovation, and 13 years of postdoctoral creative research experience listening to our migrations: through voice, language, body movement, underground transport systems, dreams and networking technologies. I have received prestigious research awards such as The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship (2007-2009), and the Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship (2017-2019), and Honorary artistic mentions such as IAWM New Genre Prize for "Sounding Underground", and Pamela Z innovation award at NIME Conference 2019, for "INTIMAL". Currently I engage in:


Composition and direction of telematic sonic performances;

Design of "embodied" Interfaces for Relational Listening (INTIMAL);

Facilitating and Teaching Deep Listening® and SENTIENT workshops;

Leading the INTIMAL collective, for women who wish to listen to their migrations. 


I collaborate with NowNet Arts' Online Courses on Contemporary Network Arts, Fall 2021.

I trust the healing that improvising and sounding with others between distant locations can bring to feelings of geographical and cultural loss, as we interconnect sensing place and feeling presence.