I love it when I'm "in the zone" in the recording studio, when the music just seems to come out of me from nowhere, and when something from that moment hits a kind of sweet spot. I love that feeling of synchronicity, even if some of the bits are a bit rough, a few notes pretty jarring, and some of the playing sounded a lot better to me when I was actually playing it.Read More
Creating something can be a fiddly business. It can be extremely time-consuming and laborious. This isn't to say that it's not enjoyable, but it can be a painstakingly looooong process, full of yes/no, maybe/maybe-not, will/wont I, dilly/dally...Read More
I love working from home.
I love it because I have small children, and it means I can fulfil my role as a mother and a musician simultaneously. Yes, it does mean a lot of juggling, some rule-setting (for the kids AND for me), and I’ve had to organise a dedicated space from which to work, but I like it! What I don't like are interruptions...not from the kids (because that's just the way things are with young children), but from people who don't seem to understand that you WORK from home.Read More
The see-saw of having a creative vocation is a never-ending cycle. Inspiration soars, and then just as quickly disappears.Read More
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