Meet The her & her Team
Studio Engineer & Producer
1964 I am born in Norwich, 4th son to Eric and Miriam.
1978 I buy my first electric guitar and amp for £30.
1979 Talking Heads release Fear of Music.
1980 I form a band with Neil and Brett - “Screen 3”.
1981 Screen 3 sign to CBS Epic label. Philip Glass scores Koyaanisqatsi - I buy the album of the film score.
1982 Screen 3 support Madness - we are lucky to get out alive!
1983 Screen 3 record two John Peel sessions.
1984 Screen 3 split but I continue to seek success as pop/rock musician/songwriter.
1988 I get a black belt in Hap-ki-do and move to London to run my own club.
1990 I go back to "school" and four years later gain a 1st Class (Hons) Degree in Physics.
1994 I finally get a "proper job" in IT.
2013 I quit my proper job and use the money to upgrade my studio equipment.
2014 I start a "BA in Film Music and Soundtrack Production" at University Centre Colchester.
2017 I graduate with a 1st Class (Hons) Degree.
I begin a new career as a freelance composer for visual media - "Short Score".
Olivia is a musician, freelance web designer, photographer and marketing specialist. Originating from Telford, Shropshire, Olivia trained as a saxophonist/clarinettist at Goldsmiths College, University of London and now is Clarinet & Saxophone Department Manager for the internationally renowned woodwind specialist, Howarth of London Ltd.
As an active musician, Olivia serves in the Army Reserve with The Regimental Band of The Honourable Artillery Company where she performs on engagements that have national significance, playing at a professional level across the UK and the world. Olivia's passion for music and more specifically wind bands and original wind band repertoire meant that she was invited to become a Trustee for the National Concert Band Festival.
When Olivia isn't playing music, she is building websites for clients across the UK which include businesses, charities, freelance musicians and professionals whilst also being booked as a Photographer, covering events, weddings and portraiture. Olivia has been working with Catherine Shrubshall and Cydnei Baines for many years and is very pleased to be working with them again on this fantastic venture.
Social Media & Marketing
Beth manages both digital and content marketing, as well as curating and developing the design of marketing materials for the brand. Prior to working with Her & Her Beth graduated University in Nottingham, gaining a Bachelors Degree in Psychology with Sociology. Unsure of what she wanted to do with her degree, in the following months she began self-teaching different types of marketing and developing her knowledge of the industry.
Working with Her & Her has given Beth the opportunity to establish and cultivate her skills in a practical and creative setting, whilst enabling the team to learn together as the new brand evolves. Beth also works in marketing roles within SCL Managed Services, a Facilities Management company, and Elsegood Collections, an Online Fine Art Photography Gallery, giving her a diverse range of industries to work within.
Working with Her & Her means Beth has been able to blend her interests of Mindfulness Mediation and Yoga with the work and spiritual grounding that Catherine & Cydnei weave into their music, finding it a really organic match and natural to promote brand awareness.
Mixed Media Artist
Sam graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Middlesex University and went on to collaborate with ‘The McMash Clan’, a DJ trio that put on regular rave events called “Braindrop”. On the journey of finding her emergent style she made a series of massive rave banners and artwork using UV spray paints and mixed media (incl: Purple Turtle in Camden, Jacks in London Bridge and Scala in Kings Cross)
Sam’s commissions to date include a set of four 4x4 canvases that can be seen in the dining area of Millfield Theatre in North London. These were stencilled and sprayed, also using UV highlights. Currently Sam is focussing on designing and printing her own T-shirts and clothing, and creating artwork for ‘her & her’, including their debut album cover using her signature style of acrylic and UV acrylic paint.