Lucy Harrison is a composer and sound designer. Her work focuses on interactive sound, using technology and electronics to create immersive soundscapes and interactive installations, and scores for film and theatre. She has PhD in composition from Royal Holloway, where she investigated interactive sound and music and audience engagement. Lucy is a lecturer on the Production and Games Academy courses at ACM (Academy for Contemporary Music) in London and Guildford where she teaches sound design, interactive audio and performance and technology. This talk will present the ways in which sound can be used in real and imagined spaces to guide interactive narratives.