Stanford University CCRMA

I was recently awarded the Women in Music and Gaming full tuition scholarship to the Designing Musical Games Workshop at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University, CA. There, I had the amazing opportunity to study musical game design with many other talented artists. Music and video games have such a unique and interesting relationship with one another, and the boundaries of that relationship are constantly pushed and explored.[…]


PAS Article Publication

My article “The Zimbabwean Marimba: World Music in the West” has be accepted to be published by the Percussive Arts Society! The article covers the extensive and unique history of the Zimbabwean marimba, as well as discusses the appropriation of “world music” in the west, and questions how we talk about it. Said Percussive Notes Associate Editor Dr. B. Michael Williams: “Your article addresses a little known musical genre and offers a succinct history of[…]