As one of Scotland’s most innovative music producers, Audrey has established an award-winning reputation on and off stage.
Her experimental and critically-acclaimed production has featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Scotland and seen her shortlisted as the only female producer for the coveted Scottish Album of the Year Award on two occasions. Audrey’s composition skills branch further into theatre - soundtracking productions including ‘Crazy Jane’ and 'Miranda & Caliban: The Making of a Monster’ (Birds of Paradise Theatre).
As a drummer, she has toured extensively and was a finalist in worldwide ‘Hit Like A Girl’ competition. Notable performances include SxSW, BBC Introducing and Transmusicales Festival (France) with hip-hop band Hector Bizerk.
Lauren has been writing, performing and teaching music in different capacities for the last five years, whilst completing her First Class Honours degree in Commercial Music. As a young composer, her motivation to create new work for community projects has seen her collaborate with diverse organisations such as Glasgow Connected Arts Network, 'The Place' Recovery Unit, Lambhill Stables and Youth Facility, North West Glasgow Arts Trail and The Buzz Project (Fort William). Her passion and motivation to write for a shared purpose and community benefit is continually developing.
As one half of folk duo Bella and the Bear, Lauren has performed extensively in Scotland and won three notable songwriting awards including a Scottish Alternative Music Award and the prestigious Danny Kyle award at Celtic Connections.