Dee Fry


London based neurodivergent musician / composer / songwriter / vocalist & sound artist. She creates new intricate music, songs, & soundscapes through which they have coined the term/concept "StimScapes", otherworldly yet welcoming, blending elements from art-pop / post-rock, experimental, folk-songs, electronica, to contemporary soundscapes and live improvisations - layering using sonic explorations of electric guitars / acoustic guitars / vocals / keyboards / piano / synths and sampled objects / field recordings / recycled sounds / audio-visuals & adapted tech / communications. Often exploring relationships between themes of 'Sound / Senses / Regulation / Delay', of 'Stimming / Repetition', and through reflecting of what they describe as their experience of "ND Embodiment / Orbiting'", she works solo and collaboratively with a diverse range of interdisciplinary musicians and artists.

Projects include: collaborating with artist Jon Adams + Flow Observatorium ('Watching Waters' installation) & inc. piece "Wolves Iceni Skies Waters" Stimscape Songs EP; live music-making and composition work inc. piece "Hymn from the Canal" on artist Elinor Rowlands' 'Biodivergent Sites and Sounds' project; with artist Ivan Riches’ improvisational quartet in immersive installation ‘Surroundings’ (South London Gallery / Young V&A / Plough Arts Centre), and with the Eyes In Their Hand Quartet and 'Forced Displacement' album; Sharon Gal’s ensemble for electric guitars ('Feel The Noise', Goldsmiths); National Autistic Society’s ASSIST Music project; Drake Music's Connect & Collaborate (Institute of Contemporary Arts, London / Parallel Festival, Olympic Park London); Sound and Music’s COVID-19 Composer Awards (Winners 2021); "Sustain Release Attack Decay Delay' longitudinal wave project; & as singer / keyboardist / guitarist co-writing / performing in various art / rock bands.

BSc (Hons) Social Sciences (1st) 2006 (Open), PGDip Psychological Research Methodologies 2010 (Open).