Sophie is a London based composer, video editor and cinematographer.
Recent projects include visual material for ‘Motion and Meaning’, a music and dance project in collaboration with Ensemble Klang and leading contemporary dancer-choreographers, as well as a new work for Ensemble Klang, ‘Breathe’. A short opera ‘Perfect Child’, on the theme of ‘The Modern Prometheus’, in collaboration with librettist Deborah McMahon and the Royal College of Music Opera department, directed by Bill Bankes-Jones, conducted by Natalie Murray, and a short film ‘Urban Wilderness’, created as part of the RCM’s Great Exhibitionists series, March 2018.
Sophie’s work has been played in venues including The Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Saatchi Gallery and St Martin-in-the-Fields and has worked with ensembles including The Helsinki Chamber Choir, The Latvian Radio Choir, The Aurora Orchestra, The BBC Singers, the Villiers Quartet and Music Off Canvas.
Sophie has studied at the Royal College of Music (Derek Butler Scholarship and RVW Trust bursary), the University of Oxford (BMus, First Class Hons), and The Purcell School (Tim Stevenson Award: outstanding young composer 2014).
Sophie has studied composition with Kenneth Hesketh, Professor Martyn Harry, Dr. Eugene Birman, Joseph Phibbs and Edmund Jolliffe, and Music Production and Sound Design with Dan Hulme.