• Astrarium world premiere, April 24
    Commissioned by the Emory Wind Ensemble
  • HackPolitik wins 2nd Place in the American Prize
    "explores anarchy and identity in a refreshingly relevant way." - New York Times (Critic's Pick)
  • Hivemind
    A new work for wind ensemble, commissioned by the Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony
  • Transverse Fractures for flute and piano
    Studio recording release on New Dynamic Records coming soon!

Upcoming Events

March 28, 2015
Studies in Momentum for piano and electronics. Keith Kirchoff, piano.
SEAMUS National Conference, Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, VA. 7pm.

April 2, 2015
Hivemind. University of Florida Wind Symphony.
University Auditorium. Gainesville, FL. 8pm.

April 24, 2015
World Premiere of Astrarium. Emory University Wind Ensemble.
Nikk Pilato, conductor. Schwarts Center for Performing Arts, 8pm.

April 24, 2015
Hivemind. ISU Wind Ensemble.
Iowa State University, Tye Hall. Ames, IA. 7:30pm


Recent News

New Commissions and Upcoming Releases!

On April 24, 2015, the Emory University Wind Ensemble will be premiering Astrarium, a concert opener commissioned to open the program featuring the premiere Joseph Schwantner's new Concerto for Wind Orchestra.

Transverse Fractures, a short piece for flute and piano, has been recorded by Orlando Cela and Christina Wright-Ivanova. It will be released this season on New Dynamic Records.

I've received a General Commission from the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition to compose a new piece for Boston-based EQ Ensemble. The new work will be premiered in the 2015-16 season.


Hivemind (commissioned by the Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony) received two stellar premiere performances in July in Verona and Venice. Check out the recording on SoundCloud:

Keep an eye out for more performances of Hivemind in the USA this season!


HackPolitik, my electroacoustic ballet based on hacker collective Anonymous and the rise and fall of splinter group LulzSec, had a great run of performances at HERE Space Manhattan in July, 2014. It was dubbed a New York Times critic's pick (not bad, eh? They even called the piece "refreshingly relevant"). A huge congrats to choreographer Kate Ladenheim and The People Movers dance company for putting together a fantastic show.

I was recently interviewed by the American Composers Forum about HackPolitik, my process, and composition in general. You can read the interview here.

The HackPolitik CD has been released by Innova Records, and is now available through most major online music distributors. Visit the HackPolitik Page for more info, video, press, and all things HackPolitik-related.