NIME 2018

Building on the momentum established by the SEAMUS national conference that put Virginia Tech and ICAT on the national stage, in the late spring of 2015 I assembled a cross-institutional team and led ...

LINC

Through the Orb project ,that was in part designed to explore matching industry needs and expertise, I developed a business relationship with the Virginia Newport News’ Tech Center Research Par...

SADIE

In August 2017, the Spatial Audio Data Immersive Experience (SADIE) project received $149,930 in funding from the National Science Foundation. The goal of this exploratory study was to minimize risks ...

Destination Areas

In 2016 Virginia Tech Provost Thanassis Rikakis announced a major new initiative titled Destination Areas (DA). It is envisioned to create research and teaching thrust areas that defy traditional disc...

Quantified Self

Ever since I discovered the power of mind-body practice as a means of promoting health and well-being, I have been curious about the implications of its cross-pollination with music. My first exposure...

Cinemacraft

In preparation for Virginia Tech’s inaugural presence at SXSW 2016 expo in Austin, Texas, I was invited to serve on the University-level task force whose goals was to identify content for a gen...

Mirror Worlds

In 2013, a collaborative team led by the ICAT director Dr. Ben Knapp was awarded an NSF grant for an innovative infrastructure to be embedded throughout the newly introduced Moss Arts Center. I served...

Orb

Affectionately referred to as the Orb of Awesomeness, the Orb is a collaborative project focusing on the interactive visualization of a complex web of interrelated data. It all started as a means ...

SEAMUS

From 2005 until 2011 I served as a Board member and Treasurer for the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) 501c3 (non-profit) organization. During this period, I managed to...

Visualization

In my creative process every so often I am given an opportunity to venture into visual domain. This journey is commonly driven either by a need (e.g. two instances of a Visual Jukebox for the two SE...