"I just love crafting and shaping sounds."

  • Born Imogen Jennifer Heap on Dec. 9, 1977, in Havering, East London, England
     
  • Imogen Heap released her debut album iMegaphone in 1998. The singles "Oh Me, Oh My" and "Shine" received airplay and acclaim in the United States, as well as in her home country. In 2005 Heap's audience grew even further when her song "Hide And Seek" was featured in the closing scene of the season two finale of the hit TV show "The O.C."
     
  • Heap received her first GRAMMY 2009 for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Ellipse.
     
  • Did you know? Heap was classically trained on a variety of instruments, including piano, cello, and clarinet.
  • In 2011 Heap performed at a benefit concert to help rebuild New Zealand's Unlimited Panega Tawhiti High School in the aftermath of a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. 

Imogen Heap

"I just love crafting and shaping sounds."

  • Born Imogen Jennifer Heap on Dec. 9, 1977, in Havering, East London, England
     
  • Imogen Heap released her debut album iMegaphone in 1998. The singles "Oh Me, Oh My" and "Shine" received airplay and acclaim in the United States, as well as in her home country. In 2005 Heap's audience grew even further when her song "Hide And Seek" was featured in the closing scene of the season two finale of the hit TV show "The O.C."
     
  • Heap received her first GRAMMY 2009 for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Ellipse.
     
  • Did you know? Heap was classically trained on a variety of instruments, including piano, cello, and clarinet.
  • In 2011 Heap performed at a benefit concert to help rebuild New Zealand's Unlimited Panega Tawhiti High School in the aftermath of a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. 

GRAMMY Award Results for Imogen Heap

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Wins
Album Of The Year
1989
 
Nominations
Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package
Sparks (Deluxe Album Box Set)
 
Wins
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Ellipse
Nominations
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
The Fire
 
Nominations
Best New Artist
Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
Can't Take It In (From The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe)