• Astrarium
    A new piece for wind ensemble, commissioned by the Emory Wind Ensemble
  • Chamber Symphony, world premiere 10.15.15
    Commissioned by the Barlow Endowment for EQ Ensemble (Boston)
  • "Composers Now" Creative Residency
    Artist-in-residence at the Pocantico Center in November, 2015
  • HackPolitik CD available now on Innova Recordings
    "explores anarchy and identity in a refreshingly relevant way." - New York Times

Upcoming Events

January 30, 2016
Hydromancer for bassoon+electronics. Composers Now! Opening Event.
Tenri Cultural Institute. New York, NY. 7:30pm.

February 3, 2016
Hivemind. Eastman Wind Ensemble.
Kodak Hall. Rochester, NY. 8pm.

February 6, 2016
Hivemind. St. Olaf College Wind Ensemble.
Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium. New York, NY. 8pm.

February 18, 2016
/ping/ (world premiere). Mod[ular] Ensemble.
2nd Thursdays Series: Hodgson Hall. Athens, GA. 7:30pm.

March 11, 2016
Astrarium. Hartt Wind Ensemble.
CBDNA East Conference. New London, CT. 7:30pm.


Recent News

Summmer 2015 Updates

I have accepted a faculty position at the University of Georgia Hodgson School of Music, and am thrilled to be joining such a talented community of musicians and artists. I will begin my gig as Assistant Professor of Composition and Director of the Dancz Center for New Music in August. Go Bulldogs!

Current Projects

I'm finishing up Chamber Symphony, for my friends at EQ Ensemble, with the generous support of the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition. I'm also writing a new electroacoustic piece for Transient Canvas. Both pieces will be premiered this Fall.

The Composers Now organization has nominated two composers -myself and Jin Hi Kim- for the 2nd annual Composers Now Creative Residencies. I will spend a week working on a new project in collaboration with choreographer Kate Ladenheim (who I previously worked with on HackPolitik) at the Pocantico Center, at the Rockefeller Estate in Tarrytown, New York.

New Winds Pieces

Astrarium, commissioned by the Emory Wind Ensemble as an opener for Joseph Schwantner's new concerto for wind orchestra, Luminosity, was premiered in April by Nikk Pilato and his talented group at Emory. More performances are lining up for the 2015-16' concert season.

Hivemind, a recent work I composed for the Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony has been picking up steam among wind ensembles in the U.S. The Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony will be recording Hivemind under the baton of John Lynch in the Fall. But in the mean time, check out this great performance by the Pacific Lutheran University Wind Ensemble (Ed Powell, conductor):