Tim Seeley       The love of music started from an early age for me. My aunty Enid taught me to read music and play the piano when I was a young boy. I have been playing guitar, piano and synthesisers for well over 30yrs now. I have spent many years recording and producing music in bands and for commercial projects. I have been very lucky to have worked as a pipe organ restorer and tuners assistant on 100s of church and chapel pipe organs around the midlands and Warwickshire.

I graduated with an honours degree in Music Composition from Coventry University many years ago. I later qualified as a music teacher and now I have a very varied and expansive background in performance and teaching. Much of my teaching over the last 18 years has been in primary and secondary schools in Coventry and Warwickshire, included FE at Solihull 6th Form College, City College Coventry, and Warwickshire College.

I helped run and set up The Depot Studios in 1990. I was one of the in house engineers that connected and soldered all the studio into a working recording studio. Here I recorded 100s of musicians, bands and singers, voice overs for professional artists.

I played guitar for Dreamgrinder for a period in the late 1980s. Playing local venues and university concerts as support.

In 2018 I was commissioned by the Tin Arts Music to run a series of school events which culminated in a performance in Coventry Cathedral in honour of Delia Derbyshires 80th birthday.

Following this I became involved with Noctium Theatre during the development stages of their Hymns for Robots. The show about Delia Derbyshire toured the Brighton and Edinburg Fringe. This culminated in a workshop for schools which showed how maths, sound and music are all linked. Myself and Connor Nolan from were also interviewed on the BBC world service discussing Delias influence on music.

I have performed a number of times with Synthcurious creating live sound installations in the CET building in Coventry.

In 2019 I worked with Synthcurious to produce a sound installation for the Chapel of Many, which was designed by Sebastian Hicks, a architect lecturer at Coventry University. This was installed in Coventry Cathedral Ruins for 5 days during summer.