Andy has led Creative Music Workshops for over 28 years working with large and small organisations, charities and schools. Andy has developed a reputation for delivering quality workshops and works extensively in special education, providing his own style and blend of original, fun and educational music for hundreds of children and adults every week. Working with all ages and abilities, the aim is to make the world of sound and music accessible to all. Andy also works with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales delivering its ground-breaking learning work. Together they have delivered bespoke workshops and concerts for pupils in schools and special schools in Wales, the UK and in Patagonia as part of BBC NOW’s tour of South America in 2015. He also presented the first Relaxed accessible Prom in the Royal Albert Hall in 2017 for the BBC Proms.
I have loved listening to and creating electronic music since being a toddler. I remember I couldn't wait to get my hands on my first 'electronic' keyboard when I was little. That magic of finding out what sounds these amazing instruments can offer is something that I still love discovering and continue widening my sound palette. The current resurgence in analogue equipment is something I embrace with both hands (literally) it reminds me that we never stop learning, always discovering new sounds and music - long may it continue.