Sharyn is interested in understanding culture through a focus of sound based urban ethnography, with particular interest in the juxtaposition of the human voice and the sounds of the natural environment. Currently her work is investigating the notion of the sound bite. How a short 30-second recording of words may speak of one thing, yet, the same words can be edited, truncated and rearranged, then heard differently. Sharyn's work is as much an exploration of listening as it is of sound. In 2015 she co-created The Grand Caravan with her partner Dan Goronszy, converting a 1983 Millard Caravan into a portable, beautiful purpose-built sound installation and arts venue.