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Self-efficacy encompasses so much. The belief that you can do is the bedrock for everything, the key to agency and
A smiling me playing cello, with smiling accompanists, playing on a lovely old piano in a beautiful modern chapel, with the setting sun on teh back brick wall.
As a cellist, I love to perform. On May 19th I gave a recital at the University of Chichester, and
Cymatic image of a D
I made a little game where you get to write a tune and hear me play it on my cello
I had the pleasure and privilege of visiting Greece over the past few days, hosted by Dr Christine Tokatlian of
I've just attended an extraordinary conference and had the most wonderful conversations with people from across the world. Time to
Resonance has been a recurring theme for me over the past year, and this particular piece of music has afforded
I spent months working on a cello piece composed for me by Jill Jarman. She wrote it with the intention
single chocolate cupcake with a green candle in it. On a table and on a red mat.
I am 49 (well nearly – in a matter of hours) and I’d like to offer a short celebration and
small pumpkin with a metal collander with a lot of pumpkin seeds in it. You can just see an apple in the top left corner.
Sometimes the little things matter, and they either make or break a day. Today a little thing considered nothing by
tree rings
(this was inspired by a post by Ben Wurdmuller that he shared as 'a note on being alive'. I wrote