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Who am I?

I am a French and Italian composer, pianist and audiovisual artist based in London.

My work allows me to explore my identity as a neurodivergent, disabled and multi-cultural artist, and I have a particular interest in site-specific projects investigating the link between music and the natural world as well as projects focusing on Neurodivergent and Disability cultures.

My own sensitivity to cross-modal perceptions of music and my love for interdisciplinary storytelling have led me to compose the music for large-scale immersive installations in collaboration with institutions such as the Schneiberg Museum, the Museum of Oriental Art of Turin and the Zeni Wine Museum, receiving international acclaim.

I am a senior lecturer at BIMM University, and I am currently undertaking a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London, to develop compositional strategies based on the auraldiversity of neurodivergent musicians.


Photo of a smiling woman with short dark hair, wearing a purple t-shirt and a wooden whale pendant. She is in a sunny forest, which can be seen in the background of the photo.

Projects I love: 


  • Site-specific works

  • Projects empowering marginalised communities

  • Projects exploring the link between music and the natural world

  • Educational projects - particularly those relating to the themes above

What I bring to any collaboration:


  • Expert knowledge of composition and arranging, musical storytelling, and emotional development of a piece.

  • In-depth understanding of the way music interacts with a variety of art forms, from film and theatre to multi-sensory installations.

  • A curious and open mind: I am always interested in meeting new collaborators, exploring unfamiliar concepts and original ideas, and adapting my skills and workflow to each individual’s needs.

  • A strong and holistic work ethics based on mutual respect, flexibility and integrity.

I would love to work with you if: 


  • You like to play an active role in collaborations, bouncing ideas back and forth and exploring possibilities together.

  • You value a holistic approach to collaboration and want to work with someone who respects you as an individual and cares about your well-being.

  • You are passionate about equality, diversity and inclusivity in the arts.

You might be a performer, a lyricist, a scientist, a writer, a choreographer, a curator, a visual artist, or something else entirely. If you have an idea for a project and feel we might be a good fit, I would love to hear from you!

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