Singer-Cellist, Multi-disciplinary Artist,
Originally from Dorset, Bonnie is a nomadic multidisciplinary artist with a holistic musical and theatrical background.
She graduated from the University of Manchester with First Class Honours in Music and Drama where she specialised in Composition, Sound Design, and Theatre in Prisons and was awarded the Hargreaves Fund Prize for Composition.
As singer-cellist, Bonnie is half of alt-folk duo 'Good Habits' recently spending nearly 2 years 'happily stranded' in New Zealand (due to Covid), performing full time.
Described as “engagingly clear across a rich variety of styles” (Songlines) and winners of the Purbeck Rising Award, the duo create folkish musical tales, with captivating lyrics married with their unique brand of brisk instrumental virtuosity.
When based in Manchester, her work Composer included productions and screenings at Battersea Arts Centre (London), Contact Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre, HOME Cinema (Manchester); collaborations with Manchester poets including Keisha Thompson and Roma Havers; and as a frequent recording artist with HQ studios.
Having booked extensively for Good Habits, and working for NZ artists including Jenny Mitchell. In October 2021 Bonnie returned to the UK and launched her independent Agency - BB Music, where she represents alt-folk artists (including Mishra) and pledges a commitment to diversity and accessibility within the UK folk scene..