I am a composer/sound engineer/student/teaching assistant/cyclist/barman based in Sheffield, UK, where I'm currently working towards a PhD looking at the use of pitch in electroacoustic music under the guidance of Adam Stanovic & Adrian Moore.
I compose primarily acousmatic/electroacoustic music to be 'diffused' live in concert, but my musical background is quite varied. I grew up playing classical trumpet and became interested in jazz and instrumental composition, before moving into film scoring, electronic sound manipulation and performance, and from here eventually settling (I think?) on producing fixed-media works. I graduated from the University of Hull with a first class BA in Music in 2013, then moved to the University of Sheffield, where I gained an MA in Sonic Arts with distinction before embarking on my PhD. I've been lucky enough to have my music prized and presented in concerts around the UK, Europe, Canada and New Zealand by organisations such as JIM, the ICMC, EMS, MANCA, and Sonorities, among others.
I am available for bookings as a composer, sound designer, instrumental/theory teacher, or whatever else you think I might be useful for.
Selected prizes and performances
1st Prize in JIM2015 ‘Concours de Composition Électroacoustique’ (2015) for 'Circum'
5th in SIME 2017 for 'Ceramos'
Finalist in SIME 2016 for 'Partial Reflect'
Eileen Sellars Composition Prize (2014) for 'Boiling Point'
Special Prize in Music from The University of Hull (2013)
'Ceramos' selected for Sounds Like This 2017 in Leeds
'Partial Reflect' selected for 3x3 2016 in York, Sheffield & Leeds
'Extractions' selected for ICMC 2016 in Utrecht
'Circum' selected for Sonorities 2015 in Belfast; EMS 2015 in Sheffield; JIM2015 in Montréal