Lisa is a musician and facilitator and became involved with Good Vibrations in 2023. She has worked in a range of community settings, and most enjoys running compositional and songwriting workshops. Outside of facilitating Lisa also enjoys writing and producing music for her own projects and theatre as well as playing the violin.
Jamie Munn is the Fundraising Manager at Good Vibrations. Over the last 15 years he has worked in music organisations in the UK, Europe, East Africa, the Middle East and Asia focusing on how music can make a meaningful positive social impact in communities. He is on the Board of Trustees of Drake Music Scotland, St Mary’s Music School Edinburgh and Mendelssohn on Mull Festival, and is a Fellow of the International Society of Performing Arts (ISPA).
Ella is the Project Officer at Good Vibrations. She is the latest team member, having joined in March 2023. She works on delivering projects and supporting participants through the Keeping In Touch progression programme.
Ella has worked in project management across a number of sectors and organisations throughout the last ten years, particularly specialising in events promotion and delivery.
Isis Wolf-Light began playing Gamelan as a child and her continued interest led her to study a BA in Ethnomusicology at SOAS. She has been performing with Balinese group Lila Cita since 2011 and now runs the Balinese Gamelan ensemble Adnya Suara in Bristol. Isis has over 7 years experience leading gamelan workshops for groups of a range of ages, backgrounds and abilities and has been facilitating community music workshops for over a decade.
Outside of Good Vibrations, Isis plays clarinet in several folk music projects and works part-time as a youth worker in an adventure playground.
Alan has been facilitating community music and visual art workshops in Central Scotland for nearly two decades. His practice involves working with a wide range of real instruments alongside music technology and finding new and engaging ways to enable all kinds of different client groups to create, play and record music together.
His career path has been equally DIY and unconventional, having trained as a cellist as a teenager before going to Glasgow School of Art to study printmaking, and becoming a DJ and recording artist, and setting up student radio stations along the way. As well as working with Good Vibrations, Alan works with numerous community arts organisations including Artlink Central in Stirling, and Common Wheel and The Glad Foundation in Glasgow.
Ceylan started with Good Vibrations as a workshop facilitator on the Resonate project in Glasgow in 2020. She has been working in community music contexts since 2012, specialising in free improvisation and cross-collaborative approaches. Outside of facilitation, Ceylan is a vocalist and avid instrument collector, frequently composing for theatre, dance, spoken word and film.
Jason joined our team as an Assistant Facilitator on our Resonate project in 2019. Since having studied gamelan in Java he has been pursuing studies in Understanding Autism, and Special Needs Assisting in Dublin and Glasgow. Jason has also worked in classroom support with primary school children with additional needs, and has experience of working in the music retail sector.
Sam is a community builder, facilitator, musician and mental health advocate. For the last three years he has been Community Organiser at Sunday Assembly East End, which he helped found in 2016, a secular congregational community in Poplar, East London. He is also founder of grassroots participatory arts and events collective, Antenna, which organises bespoke events supporting and celebrating grassroots London social change communities, and organises A Mindful Mess, a yearly three day mental health and community arts festival. He is a fellow at St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, where he took part in their Spiritual Ecology fellowship.
Emily has been playing Javanese gamelan and working as a community musician and composer since 2005. She currently directs Gamelan Sekar Petak at the University of York, leading student and youth ensembles and running inclusion projects with children across the city. She also works regularly with adults with disabilities and those experiencing mental health problems, exploring creativity through gamelan, composition, improvisation and theatre. Emily has an MA in Community Music from the University of York. She joined Good Vibrations in 2019.