Audrey is currently a Masters student at Arizona State University where she pursues studies in musicology and digital humanities. Her main areas of interest are algorithm-generated playlists, music as a means of self-realization, and the intersection of perception and agency in performance.
She recently graduated with her Master of Music degree, studying with Dr. Elizabeth Buck at ASU. She has performed with the ASU Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, and the Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble. She served as a graduate teaching assistant formerly in the flute studio and currently in the musicology area. Before her graduate studies, Audrey was a student of Professor Donna Shin at the University of Washington where she earned her Bachelor of Music degree. Other notable flute teachers also include Viviana Cumplido-Wilson, Brian Gordon, Karla Flygare, and Gemma Goday. She has won awards in competitions held by the Montana Flute Association and Arizona Flute
She is currently working on a multi-media research project (Invisible Borders, Sonic Footprint) to be presented at the 2023 NFA Convention in Phoenix. The presentation will include a recital and lecture involving field recordings and artifacts found along the Arizona-Mexico border.
In her spare time Audrey enjoys crafting spending time watching over her houseplants and planted aquariums. She resides in Tempe with her partner, two cats, four hermit crabs, and a snake.