Terry is a musician, producer, journalist and award-winning film maker who is passionate about music and technology.
As songwriter and frontwoman for electro-punk duo Feral Five, she has had her work featured in film and on BBC Radio, collaborated with New York-based 3D designer Francis Bitonti on music using sonified algorithms, and explored the science and ethics of 3D printing humans.
While part of the Management Team of Music Tech Fest, Terry curated and produced Music Tech Fest in Berlin 2016. A member of the body>data>space collective she has worked on projects including Collective Reality at Nesta’s FutureFest, and she is also producing the Music Hackspace-originated work Cave of Sounds for Tim Murray-Browne.
Terry founded music and tech blog Kitmonsters and works with stars, startups, and rising talent. Her inclusive blog also champions women in music, and Terry moderates panels and speaks at industry events.
She has a Royal Television Society Award and a BAFTA nomination for her film-making, and has worked extensively at the BBC and other broadcasters producing and directing documentaries, current affairs, and live television. More recently she has made music videos and promos, including for Martyn Ware’s Illustrious Company.
A director of glowinthdark, creators of educational project Printcraft - 3D printing from Minecraft – she took the technology to leading galleries, conferences and science centres. Terry also founded the East London female creative entrepreneurs collective E8Create.