NEWS

9.22.2020 || In 2017, my choral work The Garden won the San Francisco Choral Artist’s New Voices Project, and marked one of my first professional performances. SFCA were kind enough to feature me on their site and gave me a great write-up on my goings-on since then.

9.20.2020 || Jamie Monck gave a great premiere of my new electric guitar miniature, grain v | tick, as part of his preview concert for his virtual concert season. You can watch a full recording of the piece here.

9.19.2020 || My graphic score work anthrophony was performed virtually at New Music on the Bayou’s 2020 festival—you can find the concert recording here!

7.14.2020 || I had two more album reviews published today! I did a write-up of Amanda Gookin’s Forward Music Project 1.0 over at i care if you listen, and I also had my first major-platform piece published—a review of CrashLands, the 20th anniversary album by Crash Ensemble, published by RTÉ Culture!

7.3.2020 || I’ve just released my first album, a collection of voice + electronics improvisations entitled Touch Currents—available now on Bandcamp!

6.18.2020 || I’m currently working on a number of projects, including pieces for Emily Earl (violin), Will Yager (double bass), Derek Frank (percussion), Jamie Monck (electric guitar), and Apply Triangle!

5.1.2020 || anthrophony was selected for New Music on the Bayou 2020! Their virtual edition of the annual festival will be streamed near the end of the summer.

4.24.2020 || I’ve completed my portfolio thesis for my MA in Experimental Sound Practice, which included Goblin Market, sculpture vii, anthrophony, and a set of voice improvisations I recorded using a new max/MSP processing patch!

2.20.2020 || Sound American 23 is out, including my article with inti figgis-vizueta where we chat about listening and institutions, our thoughts about the sounds we’re making, and each other’s music.

1.25.2020 || I f i n a l l y uploaded audio for a cool project I did last spring: an aural score! Nohoval is a fixed tape piece meant to be accompanied by a free improviser. Check out trumpeter Glen Whitehead’s brilliant take here.