Hollie is a composer, creative project manager, events producer and coordinator of musical happenings in the UK and overseas. Her Southbank Debut was as a 2012 Leverhulme Young Composer working with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Foyle’s Future Firsts on their Debut Sounds Scheme. Notable collaborations with performers include Alwynne Pritchard, Sjøforsvarets musikkorps, DeciBells, CHROMA Ensemble, Old Royal Naval College Chapel Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Castalian String Quartet among others. Her work has been conducted by Jonathan Tillbrook, Gregory Rose, Christopher Austin and Clement Power and has been hosted by Bergen International Festival, The Wilding Festival, British Animation Film Festival, Spitalfields Festival, UK Microfest, NONCLASSICAL, British Film Institute and the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank. She is also grateful to have received support from the Norwegian Arts Council towards two of her most recent commissions. Hollie has recently worked with the London Ear Festival, the Borealis Festival in Norway and takes lead project management responsibility for CoLab (a two-week festival of student led performance projects) at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, alongside lecturing at this institution. Graduating from Trinity Laban in July 2009, she received First-Class Honors, the Silver Medal for Composition Studies, and the Cyril Cork Prize. She also received a Distinction for a Masters in Composition at the Royal Academy of Music, study funded by the Art Humanities Research Council and RVW Trust, and is the recipient of the Dorothy Kendall Davis Award and the Harvey Lohr Award from this institution.