I have written concert works including a number featuring Balinese Gamelan alongside western instruments for the London Symphony Orchestra’s Community Gamelan as well as works for live musicians and electronics such as the site-specific musical game Ludus for 2 saxophone quartets, Dice and Colour Sensors (2009) for the Colourscape Festival. His work has been broadcast internationally including on BBC Radios 3 and 4, France Musique, CBC (Canada) and Hessischer Rundfunk Germany. As a performer I have played in many styles of music from classical piano to Balinese Gamelan to free improvisation, including appearances at the Spitz, Southbank Centre, MTV (Bjork unplugged). I have also worked extensively with contemporary dance with pieces for Bedlam, Scottish Dance Theatre, Raphael Bonacela, Colin Poole and Charles Linehan among others. I was programme leader for the MA in Sonic Art at Middlesex University between 2003 and 2011 and currently lecture at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
The links above represent ideas as well as genres. This seems to me to be a good way of representing both the diversity and the interrelatedness of my work. If you are intersted in a particular area such as museum sound or concert music, you will find a heading, but if you are more interested in how I approach the use of space in my work or my interest in the spoken word, you can find headings for that too. In each category you will find descriptions of individual projects and bits of video and/or sound. Some projects appear under more than one heading but I’ve tried not to repeat unnecessarily, so please explore and feel free to report back on the contact page.