Jade's orchid duets are composed by converting the electromagnetic waves in leaves into pitch.
Jade Cuttle works full-time at The Times as Arts Commissioning Editor. Her criticism has also been published in the Guardian, the Observer, the TLS and the Telegraph. She has been commissioned to write poetry for BBC Radio 3, BBC Contains Strong Language Festival and the BBC Proms. As a songwriter, fusing metaphor with melody, Jade has written an eco-themed album of poem-songs ‘Algal Bloom’, which is now on Spotify. She previously worked at The Poetry Society and continues to run botanical poetry workshops and courses for The Poetry School. Jade has been an editor at Ambit, a poetry and final judge for the Costa Book Awards, and is currently judging the world’s largest prize for ecopoetry, the Poetry School’s Ginkgo prize, alongside co-judge Simon Armitage.