Laurenne Claire Chapman MA ACA
Laurenne started off life in Darwen, Lancashire and studied at Westholme Girls School until she was 18. The school uniform was purple and green and was inspired by the colours worn by the Suffragettes movement, which must have kick-started her empathy with the female cause. Her major focus throughout the early part of her life was music and she went on to be a Choral Scholar at Gonville and Caius College Cambridge. Whilst at Cambridge she started to develop her ideas about the ideas around femininity and related them to art, in particular to music. She wrote her final dissertation on Wagner’s Operas and his Feminine Art Form. Now she lives in London and when outside work she devotes her time to singing, researching the feminine, spirituality and enjoying life.