Ambrose Seddon is a composer whose outputs include acousmatic music, live electronic music, and multichannel sound installation. His work has been performed internationally in concert and on radio, and has received competition prizes and special mentions, including 1st prize in the Klang! electroacoustic music competition 2014 for ‘Pellere’, and 2nd prize in the Destellos Competition of Electroacoustic Composition 2018 for ‘Traces of Play’. Ambrose’s research interests include compositional structuring processes, form in electroacoustic music, and the analysis of electroacoustic music, with recent outputs including a chapter contribution to the book Expanding the Horizon of Electroacoustic Music Analysis. With a background in electronic and experimental pop music, he continually strives to integrate new approaches into his compositional practice. Ambrose is a lecturer in Music and Audio Technology at Bournemouth University, UK.