I’m an improviser, I’m an artist. [I came to Trinity Laban] to learn how to improvise and to articulate what I’m hearing in my head and make it make sense through music.
People always used to say to me ‘when you go to music college, it’s a great opportunity to network with people’, and I never understood what that really meant. Going to Trinity Laban has given me that opportunity to meet different people I never thought I would ever meet, both in classical, in jazz, and outside of music, in dance, as well. So it’s really broadened my view of music; of being an artist.