About

I am a sonic artist with additional monikers that include: composer, audio engineer, sound designer, performer, programmer, hacker, builder, appropriator.

The use of technology plays a vital role in my work. Algorithmic process, chance procedure, and structured improvisations inform the sonic results. The content of this site focuses on my work as a composer, collaborator, and sound designer. Dig around, read, and listen. To hear more visit my SoundCloud page.

Academically speaking, I am currently a Lecturer at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and teach Audio Engineering in the Theatre and Dance Department. I have held positions as Assistant Professor at Ramapo College of New Jersey, Lecturer at SUNY College at Oneonta, and Instructor at Northwestern University.

I have studied computer music and composition at Northwestern University and the State University of New York at Buffalo with the following people: Cort Lippe, Christopher Alan Mercer, Richard Dudas, Gary Kendall, and Jonathan Golove.