Born in Singapore and based in the United States, Claire Marie Lim is a music technologist and multi-disciplinary artist who works with music and movement. She collaborates with artists and clients as a live experience designer, producer, audio programmer, and consultant.
As an educator, she is certified with Bitwig, Ableton, and Apple. She is a professor at Berklee College of Music (Boston campus), Berklee Online, BerkleeNYC (New York campus), and the City University of New York.
As a teenager, Claire pioneered Korean pop a cappella productions on YouTube, and obtained diplomas in piano and flute performance from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. She later graduated from Berklee College of Music with areas of study that included production, electronic performance, ethnomusicology, and dance via the Boston Conservatory. While at college, she collaborated with esteemed artists including Suzanne Ciani, DJ Shortee, Nona Hendryx of Labelle, and Hank Shocklee of Public Enemy, and was involved in the launch of Berklee's groundbreaking Electronic Digital Instrument (EDI) program.
Claire is a facilitator for music technology MOOCs on Coursera and specialized online programs and degrees with Berklee Online. She also provides instruction independently for a range of skill levels and topics, including K-12 electronic music programming and college-level lecturing in creative technologies.
More can be found at her LEARNING page.
dolltr!ck, Claire's primary artist project, has been a platform for her original music and has seen her perform as a solo electronic act, play live DJ sets, and conduct music technology clinics. More can be found at her dolltr!ck website.