Guy Harries is a composer, sound artist and performer, working with electronics, acoustic instruments, voice and multimedia. His music releases include solo work and collaborations with the POW Ensemble, Meira Asher and Yumi Hara on the labels X-OR, Sub Rosa, Editorium Edizioni and Migro. His multimedia works include: Stereo Dogs (2002), Nocturnaround (2004) and Imaginary Friends (2008), and the chamber operas Jasser (tour throughout Holland in 2006/07) and Two Caravans (2010/13 winner of the Flourish New Opera Prize and produced by Kameroperahuis NL and OperaUpClose London). He has also created a number of participatory audiovisual installations, including 'Shadowgraphs' (2009 - Stephen Lawrence Gallery) and 'Erotolalia' (2011 - Prince Charles Cinema). In 2012 he founded the Live Hazard collective with illustrator Valerie Pezeron. The collective explores the interdisciplinary links between drawing and sonic performance, and has organised a number of large-scale events in the UK. Guy completed a PhD in Electroacoustic Performance at City University and is a Senior Lecturer in music at UEL and Trinity Laban Conservatoire. His research explores the use of live electronics in music with a focus on dramaturgy, the performative and audience participation.