What I’m doing now 

Updated May 2024, Brighton (I update this every few months, when I have time) 

This is a /now page, inspired by Derek Sivers. If you have a website, I recommend making one too.


Music releases

Funded entirely by my loyal Patreon subscribers, I released an album in 2022. I want to get back to releaseing music but I have so much other work keeping me busy. It's all music work though, so that makes me very happy. I have a few more albums/collections of music in me and I write a new song almost every day. Just need to carve out some time to produce them.


My best music work so far is coming along 

I am working with choreographer Joseph Poulton on a ballet adaptation of a famous piece of literature (it's covered in NDAs, but will be public soon).

Collaborative dance work is a deliciously slow process (mostly because all the workshop performers and creatives are on national tours with other fantastic shows) but I’m enjoying the revelation of each section being created, workshopped and filmed. It’s by far the biggest thing I’ve ever written and it’s very different than anything I've done before. When I'm allowed to reveal it, you'll know.


Lemonade - The Musical

I teamed up with NYC composer and performer Jesse Corbin as the orchestrator and music producer for Lemonade - The Musical, a beautiful new musical making its way to Broadway. The workshop week inNYC was incredible and such a huge opportunity for me to meet some real theatre industry giants. The show will now go into a faze of fundraising for the next stage of development. Get involved here:


Guest Entertainer

I travel the world performing my piano-vocal shows on stunning cruise ships (docked in Portugal today) thanks to having the best agent in the world, who not only signed me mid-pandemic, but filled my diary with incredible gigs through 2026. I worked hard to get to here, but it taught me that everything happens at the right time and not before.


My music arranging business 

I'm seeing some fairly big names in my inbox these days, all requesting charts and music production for their shows. The feeling I get from hearing other people perform my work is unbelievable. I have started to charge more closely to industry standard prices, now that I've gained a lot of confidence in what I do, but I still wait for payment until the performer has used the music in a show for the first time. It's a team effort and we get there together. 


A new concert work 

I’ve been chipping away at a song-cycle work that’s been in my head for months. It’s an artistic response to the climate emergency and involves a lot of musical forces. I have a few funding applications on the juggle (not my favourite task) but it will reveal itself when the time is right.



The Child Eater by Rachel Pollack - look her up, she's a fascinating author 
The Shadow Cabinet by Juno Dawson


Living in Brighton 

25 years in Brighton and I still adore the place. Ten years ago, I bought a gigantic doer-upper right in town, which I share with two wonderful friends and an elderly cat. There’s plenty of space - I'm lucky to have a whole music room to myself - and we've built a beautiful space to live, work and create.



My logical family and I follow a druidic pagan calendar. Currently, Beltane takes us into Spring. This is the time when the seeds I planted last season start to show themselves. New ideas, projects and avenues are the theme and that's very true for me this year. Each project bigger than the last, each endeavour more exciting and new.