February 2021 Who wants a more gender inclusive audio industry? Lecture on gender diversity initiatives in the audio industries – for Leeds Beckett University.
Keynotes and invited talks
2021 Who wants a more gender inclusive audio industry? Lecture on gender diversity initiatives in the audio industries – for Leeds Beckett University.
2018 Audio Engineering Society Gender Equality and the Audio Industries University of York panel member
2018 Why is gender still an issue? Huddersfield Contentemporary Music Festival panel member see p15
2017 Ladyfest: panel member
2016 Starting the Yorkshire Sound Women Network from scratch: Collaborative presentation with Dr Amy Beeston -> Government Digital Design Office
2016 Keynote for Irish Sound Science and Technology Conference on Temporary Autonomous Zones
2016 Keynote: S.E.E. Sound Education Experience at Goldsmiths University
2015 Keynote: Women in Sound, Women on Sound, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts.
2015 Guest lecture, on enterprise creativities in music and related theories in for Kingston University music department.
2015 Invited panel: NAMHE, SCUDD, DanceHE conference
2014 Keynote: National Association of Music in Higher Education conference. Talking on creativity and enterprise in music education.
2014 Consultation for the University of Wolverhampton Music department, on fostering collaboration.
2022 Presenting new work at the ISME World conference
2019 Knowledge and Skills Sharing workshop for women leading grass-roots feminist music Women and/in Musical Leadership Conference
2019 Digital Audio EcoFeminism ABC: Activisms in audio, and Building bridges through Community Women and/in Musical Leadership Conference
2015 Creating under the influence of computers: investigating how technology shaped collaborative music composition in a term-long undergraduate project ->Innovative tools and methods to teach music and signal processing -> France
2015 Evidencing creativity in process: socioculturally framed study of long-term multi-disciplinary undergraduate collaboration -> 5th Conference on Creative Education -> China
2014 Extracurricular and interdisciplinary collaboration: fostering research and enterprise beyond a formal academic setting Paper presented for the HEA workshop: Fostering creativity, professional practice, community engagement and employability: Innovations in teaching and assessment in the Arts and Humanities (History and Music) -> University of Huddersfield
2013 Fostering Enterprise in Music technology -> Innovation in Music -> University of York 2013
Developing a metacognition for collaboration through music composition ->The 8th International Conference for Research in Music Education -> Exeter University
2011 Studio Based Composers in Collaboration: a Socioculturally Framed Study -> The International Computer Music Conference -> Huddersfield
2009 Serious Misunderstandings: Challenging the Educational and Creative Value of Collaboration for Music Technology Undergraduates -> Forum for Innovation in Music Production and Composition (FIMPaC) -> Leeds College of Music