Professor Kelly Snook is a music producer, music technologist, and data sonification researcher working at the intersection of the arts, science, and technology at the University of Brighton in the UK. She spent two decades as a NASA Research Scientist before turning her attention to music and technology full-time, moving to England to join visionary Imogen Heap as her studio manager and musical assistant. Together with Imogen and a small team, she co-created the mi.mu gloves, a powerful and flexible new gestural interface, allowing musicians to control music and visuals though movement. She is creating a new musical instrument called the Concordia that explores harmony in the solar system based on the work of Johannes Kepler through interactive audiovisual immersive environments. She owns and operates her own recording studio, It’s Not Rocket Science Studios, focusing on devotional music production. Her latest production is an album with Luke Slott called Year of the Nightingale.