Kelly Snook is a rocket scientist, music producer, engineer, and data sonification researcher based in London and Portland, Oregon. Kelly spent two decades as a NASA Research Scientist with a focus on Mars and the Moon, before turning her attention to music full-time in 2010 when she joined Imogen Heap as her studio manager and musical assistant and became one of the original developers of the mi.mu gloves for gestural control of music and visuals. Currently Kelly serves as Professor of Media Arts Technology at the University of Brighton and holds a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University. Her current scientific project is the development of Kepler Concordia, an immersive musical instrument for scientific exploration based on the work of Johannes Kepler, which allows people to experience and play the music of the spheres. Kelly also runs her own recording studio, called "It's Not Rocket Science Studios," in Portland, producing and mixing independent musicians.