I was recently awarded a research fellowship as part of the Digital Futures Institute at King's College where I work as lecturer. My research focuses on the role of digital technology in advancing the mission of symphony orchestras. You can read more about this work in Current Research...
I am a lecturer in Digital Innovation in the Department of Digital Humanities, King's College, London where my research focuses on how the collective identity of a field enables and constrains organisational-level innovation, especially in periods of field decline. Specifically, I focus on digital adaptation at non-profit classical music performing organisations (e.g. orchestras, opera companies). Recent fieldwork has included research at the LA Philharmonic Orchestra and the English National Opera.
When I am not attending to my academic work, I engage in a range of creative activities, including photography and music. My first book, which will be published by Emerald Publishing (London) later in 2023, considers the roll of classical music in a digital economy in which the attention of audiences has become a scarce commodity.