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Posted on 27.10.21

With a varied portfolio career that straddles performer, recording artist, tutor and researcher, Amy offers her students a wealth or experienced guidance. With a holistic approach at the core of what she does students can expect a supportive and enriching environment to develop their voice.
Amy has worked on major film soundtracks for Disney and 20th Century Fox and commercial backing vocal work with Sony BMG signed artists. 
She also works with the English National Opera on their project 'Breathe', a breathing and wellbeing programme for people recovering from the effects of COVID-19. 
As a singer-songwriter Amy has appeared on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour and her music has garnered attention from the likes of BBC 6 Music’s Marc Riley, Tom Robinson and BBC Introducing. She has performed at venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, Kings Place, and Cambridge Junction. Her work draws on women’s stories within folklore and mythology and fuses them with a contemporary sound placing her at the forefront of the new era of feminist neo-folk.
She is also a published researcher and has a project Loathly Lady, exploring gendered narratives in folk song and archiving them through a feminist lens. For this she is currently in development for a podcast series with Radio 4. 
London-based, Amy studied Music to postgraduate level receiving a Distinction from Goldsmiths University. She has a background in Jazz and popular styles studying Jazz Vocals at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama during her Undergraduate.