Although I've written music for larger ensembles, I feel most at home as a composer in the world of chamber music. Here are a few recent pieces that I especially like. Live recordings are available through SoundCloud; scores are available from me by request.
A duo for violin and piano named after a Victorian textile pattern.
My PhD dissertation, a piece for 17 musicians. Written for and premiered by the CMW at the University of Minnesota.
A string quartet that I started in 2008 and finished in 2011.
This piece for Pierrot ensemble (with percussion) was awarded the Robb prize at UNM in 2011.
Let's Cathect is an ongoing project consisting of self-produced fixed-media collections. All Let's Cathect releases are available through Bandcamp for streaming and purchase.
A small group of short pieces for digitally manipulated guitar.
A set of electronic vignettes years in the making.
A collection of mash-ups that sample Let's Cathect.
An album of computer-assisted art-rock written by an algorithm and realized by me.