Tic Ashfield MMus BMus (Hons) (RWCMD) is a BAFTA Cymru Award Winning composer and sound designer based in South Wales. She has created music and sound for numerous projects including work for film, TV, contemporary dance, theatre, animation, installation and educational outreach projects. Notable projects and collaborators include Lovesick (The Other Room Theatre), Hidden / Craith (Severn Screen/BBC/S4C/All3Media), Hinterland / Y Gwyll (Fiction Factory/BBC/S4C/All3Media), Die Fledermaus – Digital Workshop Leader (Welsh National Opera), Romeo and Juliet (Omidaze Productions), A Bird In A Cage (Winding Snake Productions), {150} (National Theatre Wales), Henry VI (Omidaze Productions), The Gathering (National Theatre Wales), The Men Who Invented Scotland (BBC2), The Girl In The Diary (S4C), Isaac Newton: The Last Magician (BBC2), Tir Sir Gar (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru).

She is a creative team member at both John Hardy Music and Winding Snake Productions. 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.

In her spare time Tic is a member of the South Wales Clarinet Choir and sits on the Advisory Board for the BBC National Orchestral of Wales.

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.