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I have many years of experience as a university-based project manager responsible for delivering all aspects of financial management, HR processes, social media, digital and print communications, stakeholder liaison and UK and overseas events and travel management. I have supported project leaders who are specialists across a wide variety of academic disciplines: fine art, modern-language studies, gender & sexuality, history, liteature, museum studies, music, politics, sociology, theatre & theology. I am experienced in book and journal editing and working with online publishing platforms, and have a successful record of promptly delivering project outputs, both in print and online, whether commercial or open-access. My most recent project work has been at Birkbeck, University of London (2016-18) working for Professor Anthony Bale (Executive Dean of Arts)  in establishing and managing the Leverhulme-funded International Networks project Pilgrim Libraries: books & reading on the medieval routes to Jerusalem & Rome.

Andrew is a member of the
Incorporated Society of Musicians

I am also a musician and a teacher. I studied organ performance and choral conducting on the Advanced Post-graduate Perfomers course at the Royal Academy of Music (University of London) and have a PhD in historical musicology (University of London, Goldsmiths College) as well as a Masters degree in Liturgical Music (APU Cambridge). a Bachelors degree in Education (University of Winchester) with Qualified Teacher Status (more …) and diplomas from the Royal College of Music (ARCM: organ performance with honours) and the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM: organ teaching).

Andrew is a member of the Royal College of Organists
Andrew is a member of the
Royal College of Organists

As a project-focussed church musician I work across the Greater London area with Anglican and Catholic parishes that seek immediate short-term practical support for liturgical music as well as with parishes seeking longer-term ideas for sustainable musical liturgy.