March 2019 - Boydell Recital Room, House 5, Trinity College Dublin, Interstices of Sound
& Vision: Heterotopia Installation
“Talking Heads: Lyrical Contribution.” Writings About Music Journal, Volume IV, April 2018. Pages 12-16.
Honors and Awards:
April 2019 - Geoffrey Singleton Prize in Music, Trinity College Dublin Department of Music, 2019 – for the best final project submitted in Music by candidate of sufficient merit.
April 2019 - Stewart and Prout Prize in Music, Trinity College Dublin Department of Music, 2019 – founded in 1951, awarded annually for the best overall Senior Sophister final project on the recommendation of the Department of Music.
May 2020 - Covid-19 Response Award by Arts Council Ireland .
December 2020 - Music Bursary Round 2 by Arts Council Ireland.
December 2020 - Music Project Award 2021 by Arts Council Ireland (ISLO Collective)
July 2015 – Performed as a support act to Irish duo, Saint Sister, in the Carnegie Art’s Centre, Kenmare, Co. Kerry.
March 2015 - Waiting To Happen EP – vocals for A Happy Accident.
October 2016 – Performed as part of the Trinity Winter Showcase in Powerscourt Theatre, Co.Dublin.
December 2017 – Performed as part of a charity event hosted by DU Dance in the Button Factory, Co.Dublin
March 2019 – Performed an improvisatory set as part of my solo exhibition, Interstices of Sound & Vision: Heterotopia Installation, Boydell Recital Room, House 5, Trinity College Dublin.
June 2019 - Performed as part of the Draoi ensemble at Body & Soul Festival, Ireland.
August 2019 – Performed as part of the Draoi ensemble at Electric Picnic Festival, Ireland.
October 2018 – Launched an interview series at Trinity College Dublin. Featuring a wide range of musicians, I conducted interviews with artists including Lisa Hannigan, Cigarettes After Sex, Girlband, Helena Wood, and Interference. This series gave recognition for each artist(s)’s outstanding contribution to music and the arts in Ireland.
March 2020 – Co-founded and launched a new online platform and artist collective titled the ISLO Collective. Acting as a virtual contemporary art museum featuring emerging Irish artists during the Covid-19 pandemic on our social media platforms.