Full curriculum vitae (PDF)

Appointment — Texas A&M University, Professor (tenured 2017; hired 2005)


  • Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition, University of North Texas (2007)
  • Master of Music & Bachelor of Arts in Music, Florida State University (2000, 1998)

Awards — 30 competitive prizes, commissions, fellowships, and research grants

  • Winner: Radio Killed the Video Star, CUE Art Foundation, New York
  • First Prize: Viseu Rural 2.0, Portugal
  • Second Prize: Concours de Bourges, France
  • Third Prize: Music in Architecture—Architecture in Music, LBJ Presidential Library
  • Third Prize: UnCaged Toy Piano, New York
  • Semi-Finalist: American Prize, Chamber Music, Connecticut
  • Pre-Finalist (twice): Destellos Prize, Argentina
  • Commission award: Environmental Art Biennale, I-Park Foundation, Connecticut
  • Plus: 25 competitive university teaching awards and grants

Featured Performer/Speaker

  • Cyprus (NeMe Arts Center, Limassol)
  • France (Art & Science Days, Bourges)
  • National Association of Composers, USA / SCI (Knoxville)
  • Sweden (Inter Arts Center, Lund University)
  • Austin Museum of Art
  • Flea Theater (Downtown New York)

Select Exhibitions — 72 unique works in 187 external presentations, 32 talks

  • International Computer Music Conference: Gothenburg (Sweden), Singapore, Miami, New Orleans, Copenhagen, Athens, and Daegu (South Korea)
  • Sound and Music Computing Conference: Helsinki and Limassol (Cyprus)
  • Generative Art International Conference: Milano Triennale Museum (Milan)
  • College Music Society: Helsinki and Santa Fe (NM)
  • National Flute Society: Caesars Palace (Las Vegas)
  • New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (Downtown Manhattan): 2016 and 2018
  • Open House Chicago (Chicago Architecture Foundation)
  • Boston Microtonal Society

Select Publications — 23 total publications in 1,934 libraries in 63 countries

  • Full CD albums through Ravello/Naxos:
    • Close Reeding: A Digital View from the Inside Out (2020)
    • Hearing Voices: Human Sounds, Digital Ears (2020)
    • With Strings: Live Sampling in Counterpoint (2019)
    • Interfaces: Jazz Meets Electronics (2018)
  • 7 individual tracks on CD/DVD
  • “Preparing Students to Engage the Arts in the 21st Century” In Analyzing Art, Culture, and Design in the Digital Age. IGI Global.
  • “Ontological Substance and Meaning in Live Electroacoustic Music” In Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Springer.
  • “Structure in the Dimension of Liveness and Mediation.” Leonardo Music Journal. MIT.

Select Curated/Edited Projects

  • International Journal of Art, Culture and Design Technologies Editor-in-Chief.
  • Computer Music Journal Editorial Consultant.
  • Weblogmusic, collaborative performance internet platform, weblogmusic.org
  • Fresh Minds Festival of audiovisual art. International competition. 2013–2017.
  • Reviewer for the International Computer Music Conference and New Interfaces in Musical Expression.
  • Program and facility development at Texas A&M University. $788,026 in 41 internal grants.

Select coverage of my work in Array (ICMA), Avant Scena, Cadence, CODAmagazine, Composition Today, The Improvisor, Jazz-Квадрат (Moscow)JazzTimes, and Synthtopia; interdisciplinary work in Cream City Review, Sculpture, and World Architecture.

I’m excited to share my fourth album: live sampling with saxophones and bass clarinet on Ravello Records!

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