BA (Hons); MA (Keele); PhD (MMU)
Freelance Composer, Music and Sound Producer; Guitarist; Composer, Senior Examiner, trainer and consultant for Rockschool and Trinity College London; Peripatetic Guitar tutor
Faculty Co-ordinator for Employability
Programme Leader for the Musics Network (Creative Music Production, Music and Popular Music)
PhD Supervision (3 current including 2 as DoS)
PhD Completions (3)
MA Completions (2)
Unviversity of West London
Music Production; Acousmatic composition and analysis; Employability; Laptop/ portable electronic instrument design and improvisation.
Woolley, J. 2017 'Invisible Production' Sound on Sound (SOSPubs) (http://www.soundonsound.com/people/sounding-invisible-production)
The Improvisers Summit – Live experimental Jazz - SLAM CD299 (Engineer and Mixer)
Publications - Please email me for an up to date list of publications (email@example.com)
J. Woolley (2018). The cultural politics of using technology to support the aesthetic in jazz record production. In: Proceedings of the 2017 Art of Record Production Conference, Royal College of Music, Stockholm. ournal on the Art of Record Production and Royal College of Music (Stockholm),
ASARP - ARP 2017 -'The cultural politics of using technology to support the aesthetic in Jazz record production'
ICMC 2017 (China) - Cello(s) - musical composition, accepted for performance.
Rockschool popular music syllabus consultant and senior examiner 2001-2012
Access to Music curriculum consultant and visiting moderator 2007 -2011
Trinity College London Rock and Pop Syllabus consultant 2013-2014
University of Essex – Music production external academic validation panel member (April 2015)
External Examiner for the University of West London and London College of Music (Music Technology – 2015 - ongoing)
Consultancy work for AQA, NCFE and Oxford University.
AVID pro Tools Instructor