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Employed full time at Government Digital Service as a Software Developer. I am proud to be a co-chair of the GDS Women’s Network.
Examples of my creative computing projects/events/public speaking/workshops
I completed a Music Informatics Degree (2.1) from The University of Sussex in 2012.
Music Informatics was comprised of both music and computer science modules.
Although it was a while ago now, here are some examples of the work I produced:
An environmentally generated sound installation.
DSP coded in SuperCollider using wavetable synthesis.
Algorithmic composition based on randomness and first order Markov matrices.
The piece portrays the struggle of the Afro-Argentinian slaves in the 1800s and is based around a classical guitar piece called Milonga. Drums are programmed using Cubase and I am playing in and recording/mixing the rest of the instruments.
I recorded myself playing classical guitar through a Max/MSP patch that I built. I then turned the output into a composition using ProTools.
More blog posts can be found at:
I started codebar Brighton in 2014. Here are some of the events I have co-organised.
I co-founded She Codes Brighton, we ran regular events for 2 years.
Teaching Sonic Pi workshops to children:
Teaching Sonic Pi workshops to elderly people at Young At HeArt – a programme of creative activities for people aged 55+
Co-organised and delivered a RailsBridge Brighton 2017 with my colleague Emma. This aimed to encourage diversity at Brighton Ruby conference the following day.
Co-organised and delivered a Security Workshop in 2017 with my colleague Jenny. Read about it here.
Created and delivered multiple iterations of a 6 week Break into Public Speaking workshop with my colleagues Lucy and Anna. This was attended by Women at GDS. Read Lucy’s blog post about it here.