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I am an HPL and music business professional with over fourteen years of experience in the recorded and live music industries. I previously received my MA in Music and The Creative Economy and my M.Res in Small Business and Management Research from Kingston Business School. I deliver lectures to postgraduate students at the School of Music on Self-Employment, Freelancing, Entrepreneurship and Marketing in the Music Industries.
I am also working towards my PhD focusing on immigrant musicians' cultural labour market experiences in London. As a researcher, I am enthusiastic about exploring cultural entrepreneurship, self-employment-freelancing, creativity and innovation in the cultural industries.
I am a member of the societies and organisations below;
I am a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
I am a member of the Creative Industries Federation.
I am a member of the International Music Business Research Association.
I am a member of Disability Rights UK.
Hourly Paid Lecturer
My research interests lie at the intersection of music industries, economics and the sociology of work.