D.M.A. in Composition at the University of Washington
in 2005, where he
studied with Prof. Richard Karpen.
He received his Master of Music in Composition in 2002 from the University of Washington.
received a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of California, Berkeley
, where he
studied with Edwin Dugger and Jorge Liderman.
He is currently a lecturer at the University of Washington School of Music in theory and composition, and a research associate at the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media.
music has been performed throughout the United States and Europe.
specializes in both acoustic and electro-acoustic music, especially music that combines performers with real-time electronics.
An important part of his
research has been in the development of real-time synthesis software as part of the SuperCollider open source project.
also uses the CSound and Common Music synthesis programs.
research is focused on extending the real-time analysis and performance tools in the SuperCollider programming language, as well as a suite of Ambisonic Unit Generators for sound spatialization. more