Emma is Sound and Music’s Communications Intern. Since joining the organisation after studying Creative Music Technology at university, she has been helping to coordinate the New Voices campaign and support the marketing department.
Hannah Bujic is a Creative Project Leader. Since joining the organisation in 2012 she has worked on a range of programmes focussed on composer and artist support and development in collaboration with a wide range of national and international partner organisations. She enjoys music from any century but is most happy working with living composers.
I'm a musician and educator with 25 years' experience of devising and delivering projects with arts organisations. Currently Creative Project Leader for Sound and Music leading on all things educational.
Richard Whitelaw absconded from postgraduate composition studies in 2004 to take up the role of Programme Director at Sonic Arts Network. He has worked at Sound and Music since the organisation's inception in October 2008, first as a Producer and currently as Director of Programmes. He is Chair of the Daphne Oram Trust and a qualified Relational Dynamics Coach.
Victoria (AKA Vic) is Head of Digital, Marketing and Communications at Sound and Music.
'Whatever you make makes you.'
Vic is also a creative practitioner who practices what she preaches - working as contemporary artist, across a number of UK based collectives. She is a passionate member of the Artist Union England and currently Trustee.
Vic believes in marketing as creative practice and is on a mission to change attitudes and approaches to marketing within the arts sector.
She believes in empowering artists, creatives and audiences. For her the key to a sustainable sector comes from shared understanding, successes and failures, to test and to trial - to listen and to learn!
'Arts Marketing does not exist without artists'
In other news....
Vic likes - cheese, 90's hip-hop, Aztec prints, projection mapping, El Lissitzky, Bill Viola, black cats, cheap coffee and dark rum.