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In 2019, Pip graduated with First Class Honours from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Contemporary Composition and Creative Music Technology, where she had been studying under the guidance of John Hardy, Odilon Marcenaro, Ceri Tippetts and Owen Lloyd.

Her most recent projects have been compiled from field-recordings retrieved from VHS home video, creating new composition and visual artwork from sound memory. Pip's current outputs and manipulations of sound build upon definite compositional methodology, treating sound as tool and object. Pip often works across interdisciplinary fields, collaborating with a variety of clients and curators such as Katie O'Reilly (playwright and Disability Arts advocator) and WomenCan, a recently evolved organisation campaigning for equal opportunities across the arts in Wales.
Her work has been presented in many spaces including National Museum of Wales, S4C Studio and the Foyer, RWCMD.

Pip is passionate about arts management and active as a curator. Her efforts in assisting in the curation and planning for Atmospheres Festival 2019 was well-recognised as the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama reported a record attendance across the three-day festival. Her continued research and fascination of law in relation to musical production continue to play an important role in her creativity and approach to sound and design. Her most recent paper Intellectual Property Law and its Implications for Musical Creativity touches on issues relating to contemporary composition and sound organisation.