Dee is a London based neurodivergent musician, composer and songwriter. She makes new intricate music, otherworldly yet welcoming, blending elements from art-pop/post-rock, folk-songs, electronica, to contemporary soundscapes/improvisations, using electric guitars/vocals/keyboards/sampled objects/audio-visuals & adapted communications/technologies. Often exploring relationships between sounds/senses/delay, she works collaboratively with a diverse range of interdisciplinary musicians. Including artist Ivan Riches’ improvisational quartet in immersive installation ‘Surroundings’ in Devon/SLG/V&A; Sharon Gal’s ensemble of electric guitars ‘FeelTheNoise’; National Autistic Society’s ASSIST project; & as vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist co-writing/performing in various art/rock bands. 

In July 2021 Dee received one of Sound and Music’s COVID-19 Composer Awards:

“I am delighted to have been selected for one of Sound and Music’s COVID-19 Composer Awards, it is very appreciated at this time. It affords me the opportunity to help reignite my creative collaborative relationships, whilst learning to lead on a project. This will support me to keep on creating and importantly help me build on developing meaningful collaborative projects for the future.”


Ashen [Sketch] (Extract)