About

Tic Ashfield is a BAFTA Cymru award winning composer and sound designer living in South Wales who studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Tic earned a 1st class degree in creative music technology in 2013 before gaining a masters degree with distinction in composition in 2016 supported by the Prince of Wales scholarship.

Theatre & Dance work includes: Constellation Street online presentation (National Theatre Wales, Sherman Theatre, The Other Room); Ripples online presentation (National Theatre Wales, Sherman Theatre, RWCMD); Pryd Mae’r Haf? (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru); A Number, All But Gone, The Awkward Years, American Nightmare, The Story, Hela (The Other Room); The Gathering, {150}, The Tide Whisperer, For As Long As The Heart Beats, Storm III (National Theatre Wales); On Bear Ridge (National Theatre Wales & The Royal Court); Dear To Me | Annwyl i mi (National Dance Company Wales); The Invisible Woman (Alisa Jenkins); Peeling (Taking Flight Theatre); Cracked (Emily Hinshelwood); Blue (Chippy Lane Productions); Bottom (Willy Hudson); Richard III, Henry VI, Romeo & Juliet (Omidaze Productions); Saturday Night Forever (Joio); Momentos of Leaving, Moment(o)s (Elaine Paton); Hard Times (Lighthouse Theatre); Cold Rolling (Ballet Cymru); My People (Gwyn Emberton Dance); Tir Sir Gar (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru).

Film and television work includes: Hel Y Mynydd (S4C); Pili Pala (S4C); Hidden | Craith (S4C/BBC); Hinterland | Y Gwyll (S4C/BBC); Galesa (Joio); Andrew Marr: Great Scots (BBC2); The Girl In The Diary (S4C).

She is a creative team member at both John Hardy Music and Winding Snake Productions. As a workshop leader and community musician Tic has led music workshops for companies such as Welsh National Opera and Winding Snake Productions, working with young people from junior school age up to sixth formers. She is also a lecturer in Composition with Technology at RWCMD.

As a composer and sound designer she focuses on using a combination of found sound manipulation and sampling, synthesis and instrumental writing to create bespoke soundworlds, often within collaborative settings. Tic plays the clarinet, guitar, bass and sings, often incorporating these into her music.