Amy is interested in interdisciplinary collaboration, research as practice and creativity as a catalyst for change and growth. 

2022 Conference Paper Understanding each others’ worlds: a cross-sector approach to workforce development to support cultural social prescribing  4th International Social Prescribing Network Conference 11 March

2022 Journal Article You will grow to hate emails from me’ – composing in a remote [digital] collaboration  Nova Contemporary Music Journal Vol 2, 2022, p 60-67


2021 Online seminar HerStory: an opera for performers with Parkinson's International Centre for Community Music, 25 March

2020 Presentation Company Voice – MARCH Singing and Mental Health Special Interest Group Sandpit Event, 8 Jan

2019 Conference paper Company Voice: a collaborative approach to the evaluation of a participatory arts project - The Social Value of Music Conference, Nordoff Robbins, Monday 2nd – Tuesday 3rd December: The Greenwood Centre, London

2019 Conference paper A mixed method approach to auto-ethnographic study of the compositional process - TCPM 2019: Tracking the creative process in music, Lisbon, October 9-11 

2019 Conference paper Diversity, the double-edged sword: a musical theatre composer’s perspective - Song, Stage & Screen XIV, Leeds,  26-29 June

2019 Presentation HerStory:The Catchpole Chronicles, a new opera for performers living with Parkinson's

at the Setubal International Symposium on Arts, Health & Wellbeing, 26-27 May

2019 Film HerStory:The Catchpole Chronicles Cultures of Health and Wellbeing, Great North Museum, Newcastle 21-22 March

2018 Conference paper ‘You will grow to hate emails from me’ – composing in a remote [digital] collaboration - NOVA Contemporary Meeting 2018, Lisbon, 21-23 Nov

2018 - Keynote speech Creativity Changing Lives at UAL Awarding Body's Annual Conference, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 2 February


2018 - PhD Thesis Composing for Musical Theatre: approaches to interdisciplinary collaboration Bath Spa University. Full text available here: