I am interested in the possibilities technology provides for music. My work is about the relationship between computation and its interpretation. I build systems from hypothetical assumptions, extrapolate models beyond their limits and set in motion possible understandings in order to learn about my own perception.
I am currently finishing a solo french horn piece that explores the possibility of recovering past sounds from field recordings, starting a project to synthesize from the alphabet of Abrahamic religions the sounds of a universal language, and continuing work with dynamical systems.
I attended school in Connecticut (Yale) and New Hampshire (Dartmouth), and I lived in New York City for a few years while working at S.E.M. Ensemble. I now live in San Francisco, and recently finished three and a half months of touring with Dream Team Ensemble, Happy Valley Band, and Gravies and the Main Dish Sauce.