GRAPHIC SCORES: BRITISH MUSIC COLLECTION My exhibition on graphic scores, commissioned for the British Music Collection, is being featured as part of 50 years of the British Music Collection.

ONE September 2017: a touring production of music and visuals shaped site-responsively to venues around the UK. Performed by keyboardist/ composer Ben Gaunt, wrapped in an immersive visual set created through lighting, projection and drawing by artist Debbie Sharp.

POSTCARDS FROM EYEMOUTH April-May 2017: exhibition and performance of graphic scores created with students at Leeds College of Music, inspired by postcard reflections from residents of the harbour town of Eyemouth, Scotland.

A LOT LIKE THIS… January 2017: for solo scordatura cello, in three continuous movements. Score available on request. Recorded by Joely Koos. Photography by Belinda Ackermann.

FRESH YORKSHIRE AIRES June 2016: new graphic scores from Katie English, Nigel Morgan, me and Jez Riley French, exhibitions in Leeds and Sheffield, piano duo performances by Matthew Bourne and Philip Thomas.

LISTEN/HERE January 2015: performances and a guided sound tour of Somerset House, exploring the changing soundscape of corridors, staircases and underground chambers around the site.

SOMERSET HOUSE IN FULL BLOOM July/December 2014: A graphic score documenting the soundscape of Somerset House, feat. contributions from visitors to Somerset House and my own observations.

IN MEMORY May 2014: an installation in Seaman’s Hall, Somerset House (London), mixing electronic drones, cassette recordings and nostalgic recompositions of Bach’s Cello Suite in G major.

SERENADE January/September 2014: a game piece commissioned by the LSO, comprising illustrations, stencils, photographs and two accompanying chorales for piano.

MIXED MEDIA 2 June 2013: An interdisciplinary evening of installations and performances at LSO St Luke’s. 

FIGURE:REFRACTION:GROUND September 2012: a five-day installation at Blankspace Gallery, Manchester, in association with Blank Media Collective, and the Royal Northern College of Music, featuring visuals by artists Hayley Andrew, Joanne McClung and Debbie Sharp.