I am a composer, performer, lecturer, writer and examiner based in Brighton, UK.
My music explores mathematical processes and combinatorial structures, with a particular interest in the juxtaposition of logical systems and performer indeterminacy. It has been performed in the UK, France, Germany, Serbia, Finland, the U.S and Canada.
I hold a PhD from Brunel University in London, and have given presentations and talks at universities in the UK, Europe and U.S. I contributed the chapter Subjectifying the Objective: Mathematical Processes and the Search for Balance to the book Music and/as Process in 2016, and co-authored (with Lauren Redhead, Alistair Zaldua and Sophie Stone) the article Performing Temporal Processes, published in the New Sound International Journal of Music in 2017. I also serve on the committee for the Music And/As Process RMA Study Group.
As an examiner for Trinity College London on their Rock & Pop syllabus, I have conducted exams in the UK, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, India, Goa, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Dubai, South Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macau and Australia.