Works

Traces – interactive multichannel work that uses D4 spatialization library and the Locus motion-tracking-based glove controller. Utilizes 8,000 channels of audio and mixes them down to 130 physical channels with sub-20ms latency, 2019. (10′)

  • Performances:
    • CubeFest, Virginia Tech, August 10, 2019. (premiere)
    • Information Expression Immersion symposium, Virginia Tech, September 15, 2019.
    • Fall DISIS & Creative Technologies in Music Event, Virginia Tech, December 9, 2019.

 

Envelop – interactive multichannel work that uses D4 spatialization library and the Sensel Morph controller, 2018. (10′)

  • Performances:
    • Envelop, San Francisco, October 11, 2018. (premiere)
    • Fall DISIS & Creative Technologies in Music Event, December 2018.

 

Forgetfulness VR – immersive virtual reality interactive installation, a communal rendering Denise Duhamel’s poem from the Mobius series for virtual reality, motion tracking, and biofeedback (heart rate and galvanic skin response) in collaboration with Zachary Duer and Meaghan Dee. 2018.

  • Shows:
    • New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. June 3, 2018. (premiere)
    • Virginia Tech Cube Showcase. September 7, 2018.
    • a2ru conference, University of Georgia Performing Arts Center, November 1-3, 2018.
    • International Conference on Auditory Display, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. June 23-27, 2019.
    • Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, March 12-14, 2019.

 

Three arrangements – for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork) to accompany world renown visiting artist Manu Delago’s performance, 2018. (20′)

  • Developed in collaboration with Manu Delago and Isa Kurz for their Metromonk tour performance at Virginia Tech featuring L2Ork.

 

Alien – live video scoring composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork), 2018.

  • Use of video scenes from the video game Alien Isolation and synchronizing them with the ensemble.
  • Performances:
    • Spring Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio (DISIS) Concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. May 1, 2018. (premiere)
    • New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. June 3, 2018.
    • Fall DISIS & Creative Technologies in Music Event (adapted for the new L2Orkmote NIME), Virginia Tech, December 9, 2019.

 

An Ending (Ascent) – an arrangement of Brian Eno’s work for the Raspberry Pi Orchestra, 2016.

  • Using analog inputs on the Raspberry Pi and short-circuiting them with fingers and using microphone to monitor breath to create an Ocarina-like instrument.
  •  Performances:
    • Botetourt County Public School; Roanoke, Virginia. December 6, 2016.
    • School of Performing Arts Exposition IV: Appalachian Spring scholarship fundraiser concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. March 19, 2017. (premiere)
    • 10th Anniversary First Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio (DISIS) Concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. April 30, 2017.
    • Accelerate Festival; Smithsonian National Museum of American History. October 15, 2017.
    • New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. June 3, 2018.

 

L2Orkin’ Around – a crowdsourced composition for the Raspberry Pi Orchestra featuring lyrics by Savannah Allen, 2016.

  • Use of Raspberry Pi analog inputs for percussion instruments using crowdsourced percussive sounds.
  • Performances:
    • Botetourt County Public School; Roanoke, Virginia. December 6, 2016.
    • 10th Anniversary Second Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio (DISIS) Concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. May 1, 2017. (premiere)
    • Accelerate Festival; Smithsonian National Museum of American History. October 15, 2017.
    • New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. June 3, 2018.

 

Rain – for solo horn and the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork), 2015.

  • Commissioned by Wallace Easter.
  • Original work for L2Ork (see below) reworked to include live processed solo horn (Wallace Easter).
  • Performances:
    • School of Performing Arts Exposition III: Resonance scholarship fundraiser concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. March 20, 2016.
    • Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio (DISIS) Concert; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. May 2, 2016.

 

Tornado – real-time simulation of a tornado designed specifically for the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology’s (ICAT) Cube audio system with 128-channel sound diffusion, 2014. (2’)

  • Uses D4 spatialization library real-time audio spatialization library for Max/MSP and a Mira iPad interface for remote control. 1,011 24bit 48KHz audio streams are mixed down to 128 channels in real-time with sub-21 millisecond latency.
  • Shows:
    • Virginia Tech ICAT Tech or Treat event with 1,100 visitors, October 29, 2014.
    • CUBE Launch event for industry partners, January 23, 2015.
    • Weather Channel live broadcast from the Cube (three broadcasts), February 6, 2014.

 

Cloud – interactive community-driven audio-visual installation with 50 community-programmed Raspberry Pis (in collaboration with Aki Ishida), 2013-2014.

  • Premiere engaged 170 participants ages 6-70+ as part of the community building workshop who programmed individual cloudlets using a custom version of the pd-l2ork software. Commissioned by Ballston Business Improvement District and co-sponsored by Virginia Tech.
  • Shows:
    • Ballston Business Improvement District, Arlington, Virginia, October 2014. (premiere)
    • Virginia Tech North Capital Region research center, Arlington, Virginia, October-November, 2014.
    • Artisphere, Arlington, Virginia, November 2014-January 2015.
    • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. January-May 2015.
    • Horton Gallery, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, April-May 2015.
    • New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, May-July 2015.
    • International Computer Music Conference, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, September-October 2015.

 

Dust – for Kandinsky Trio, 2014. (4’)

  • Composition for violin, piano, cello, and a computer.
  • Performances:
    • Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, March, 2014. (premiere)
    • DISIS/ICAT spring event, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 5, 2014.

 

Constellation – an interactive audio-visual installation/demo for the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology’s (ICAT) Perform studio, Fall 2013.

  • Using Max/MSP programming language, the demo integrates 12 IR Camera Optitrack motion tracking system and an 8.4 Genelec sound diffusion system. Showcasing spatialization of audio in an immersive audio-visual environment using a custom rigid body wand. Integration of multichannel music playback and visualization.

 

Between – composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork), 2013. (10’)

  • Commissioned by Temple University’s Vice Provost for the Arts. Incorporates elements of Taiji (a.k.a. Tai Chi) mind-body practice as gesture choreography multiple laptop choirs, and choreography by Temple University’s Jillian Harris.
  • Performances:
    • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 16, 2013 (preview).
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 2013 (pre-premiere).
    • DISIS/ICAT spring event, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 6, 2013. (premiere).
    • Virginia Tech DISIS/ICAT fall event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 1, 2014.
    • Virginia Tech Honor Band, Blacksburg, Virginia, January 23, 2015.

 

Interactive Lantern Field – interactive audio-visual installation (in collaboration with Aki Ishida, Benjamin Knapp, and Brennon Bortz), 2013.

  • Commissioned by Freer Gallery (Smithsonian Institute). Sponsored by Phillips Inc. and Virginia Tech.
  • Shows:
    • Freer Gallery, Smithsonian, Washington, DC, April 2013. (premiere).

 

Kite Lanterns – interactive aural installation (in collaboration with Aki Ishida, Benjamin Knapp, and Brennon Bortz), 2012.

  • Commissioned by American Institute of Architects.
  • Shows:
    • Blacksburg Farmers Market, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 14, 2012. (premiere)

 

Kinesthesia – interactive telematic aural installation in collaboration with NOVARS research centre, Manchester University, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2012.

  • Smartphone application broadcasts GPS data to a remote location where composite multi-user data is sonified, forming a multi-channel aural installation.
  • Shows:

 

Rain – composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork), 2011. (10’)

  • Incorporates elements of Taiji (a.k.a. Tai Chi) mind-body practice as gesture choreography.
  • Performances:
    • Invited concert at Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, April 1, 2011. (preview)
    • Dumas center performance with Boys & Girls Club, Roanoke, Virginia, April 8, 2011. (preview)
    • Virginia Tech DISIS children’s 7pm event with Boys & Girls Club, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 9, 2011. (preview)
    • Virginia Tech 8pm DISIS benefit concert, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2011. (premiere)
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 19, 2011.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, February 19, 2012.
    • Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, February 20, 2012
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 21, 2012.
    • First International Symposium for Laptop Ensembles & Orchestras (SLEO), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 16, 2012.
    • Virginia Tech DISIS spring event (in collaboration with dance choreographer and performer Jillian Harris), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 30, 2012.
    • Contemplative Practices for the Technological Society conference, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 12, 2013.
    • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 16, 2013.
    • Drexel University ExCITe Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 18, 2013.
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 2013.
    • Virginia Tech Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology Tech or Treat, October, 29, 2014.

 

Serene – composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork), 2011. (9’)

  • Incorporates elements of Taiji (a.k.a. Tai Chi) mind-body practice as gesture choreography.
  • Performances:
    • Invited concert at Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, April 1, 2011. (preview)
    • Virginia Tech 8pm DISIS benefit concert, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2011. (premiere)
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • New Interfaces for Music Expression (NIME) international conference hosted in Oslo, Norway, June 1, 2011.
    • Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 19, 2011.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, February 19, 2012.
    • Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, February 20, 2012
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 21, 2012.
    • First International Symposium for Laptop Ensembles & Orchestras (SLEO), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 16, 2012.
    • Virginia Tech DISIS spring event (in collaboration with dance choreographer and performer Jillian Harris), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 30, 2012.
    • Contemplative Practices for the Technological Society conference, Blacksburg, Virginia. April 12, 2013.
    • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 16, 2013.
    • Drexel University ExCITe Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 18, 2013.
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19, 2013.
    • Spring DISIS & Creative Technologies in Music Event, Virginia Tech, May 6, 2019.


13 
– structured improvisation for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork) and percussion, 2010. (9’)

  • Performances:
    • DISIS spring event (part of Arts Fusion), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 17, 2010. (premiere)
    • Southern Illinois Improvisation Series (SiiS), Carbondale, Illinois, April 22, 2010.
    • Duke University afternoon concert series, Durham, North Carolina, September 19, 2010.
    • Winston-Salem University lecture performance, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, September 20, 2010.
    • 2 performances (afternoon and evening concert) at New Music Festival, University of North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina, September 21, 2010.
    • Virginia Tech 8pm DISIS benefit concert, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2011.
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • New Interfaces for Music Expression (NIME) international conference hosted in Oslo, Norway, June 1, 2011.
    • Marginal Arts Festival, Roanoke, Virginia, March 25, 2014.

 

What’s He Building? – an arrangement of Tom Waits’ piece for Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork) and narrator, 2010. (6’)

  • Performances:
    • DISIS spring event (part of Arts Fusion), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 17, 2010. (premiere)
    • Southern Illinois Improvisation Series (SiiS), Carbondale, Illinois, April 22, 2010.
    • Duke University afternoon concert series, Durham, North Carolina, September 19, 2010.
    • Winston-Salem University lecture performance, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, September 20, 2010.
    • 2 performances (afternoon and evening concert) at New Music Festival, University of North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina, September 21, 2010.
    • Invited concert at Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, April 1, 2011.
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 19, 2011.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, February 19, 2012.
    • Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, February 20, 2012.
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 21, 2012.
    • First International Symposium for Laptop Ensembles & Orchestras (SLEO), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 16, 2012.

 

Citadel – composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork) and soprano, 2009. (6’)

  • Text by Ivan Gundulic (1589-1638).
  • Performances:
    • L2Ork Sneak Preview, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 4, 2009. (premiere)
    • DISIS spring event (part of Arts Fusion), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 17, 2010.
    • Sonic Explorations concert series, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 20, 2010.
    • Southern Illinois Improvisation Series (SiiS), Carbondale, Illinois, April 22, 2010.
    • International Intermedia Festival of Telematic Arts, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 25, 2010.
    • Graduation recital for Chelsea Crane (L2Ork soprano), Blacksburg, Virginia, May 4, 2010.
    • Duke University afternoon concert series, Durham, North Carolina, September 19, 2010.
    • Winston-Salem University lecture performance, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, September 20, 2010.
    • 2 performances (afternoon and evening concert) at New Music Festival, University of North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina, September 21, 2010.
    • Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States conference, Miami, Florida, January 22, 2011.
    • Invited concert at Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, April 1, 2011.
    • Dumas center performance with Boys & Girls Club, Roanoke, Virginia, April 8, 2011.
    • Virginia Tech DISIS children’s 7pm event with Boys & Girls Club, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 9, 2011.
    • Virginia Tech 8pm DISIS benefit concert, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2011.
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • New Interfaces for Music Expression (NIME) international conference hosted in Oslo, Norway, June 1, 2011.
    • Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 19, 2011.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, February 19, 2012.
    • Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, February 20, 2012
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 21, 2012.
    • First International Symposium for Laptop Ensembles & Orchestras (SLEO), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 16, 2012.
    • Virginia Tech DISIS spring event, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 30, 2012.
    • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 16, 2013.
    • Drexel University ExCITe Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 18, 2013.
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19,
    • Virginia Tech Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology Tech or Treat, October, 29, 2014.

 

Half-Life – composition for the Linux Laptop Orchestra (L2Ork) and narrator, 2009.

  • Based on text by Elena Filatova.
  • Performances:
    • L2Ork Sneak Preview, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 4, 2009. (premiere)
    • DISIS spring event (part of Arts Fusion), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 17, 2010.
    • Sonic Explorations concert series, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 20, 2010.
    • Southern Illinois Improvisation Series (SiiS), Carbondale, Illinois, April 22, 2010.
    • International Intermedia Festival of Telematic Arts, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 25, 2010.
    • Graduation recital for Chelsea Crane (L2Ork soprano), Blacksburg, Virginia, May 4, 2010.
    • Duke University afternoon concert series, Durham, North Carolina, September 19, 2010.
    • Winston-Salem University lecture performance, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, September 20, 2010.
    • 2 performances (afternoon and evening concert) at New Music Festival, University of North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina, September 21, 2010.
    • Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States conference, Miami, Florida, January 22, 2011.
    • Invited concert at Roanoke College, Roanoke, Virginia, April 1, 2011.
    • Art Meets Radical Openness (LiWoLi 2011) festival, Stadtwerkstatt Linz, Austria, May 14, 2011.
    • Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 15, 2011.
    • Museum of Contemporary Arts, Zagreb, Croatia, May 18, 2011.
    • Academy of Music and Theater, Hamburg, Germany, May 21, 2011.
    • Zaal100, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 25, 2011.
    • Hogeschool vor de Kunsten Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 26, 2011.
    • Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 19, 2011.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, February 19, 2012.
    • Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, February 20, 2012
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 21, 2012.
    • First International Symposium for Laptop Ensembles & Orchestras (SLEO), Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 16, 2012.
    • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 16, 2013.
    • Drexel University ExCITe Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 18, 2013.
    • Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 19,
    • Virginia Tech Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology Tech or Treat, October, 29, 2014.
    • Virginia Tech DISIS/ICAT fall event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 1, 2014.

 

Singing Darwin – aural installation using hemispherical speaker and self-generating aural fabric, 2009.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IklugK0T96I
  • Shows:
    • Singing Darwin 24-hour performance event, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 23-24, 2009. (premiere)
    • International Computer Music Conference, Huddersfield, England, July 31-August 5, 2011.

 

NUPUY– a physical wall sculpture (a.k.a. ambient art) populated with interactive system that combines aural soundscapes with information commissioned by Virginia Tech ICTAS, 2009.

  • Realized in collaboration with sculptor Stephen Bickley.
  • On display in the main lobby of Virginia Tech’s Kelly Hall until 2017.

 

Mind-Body Interactive (a.k.a. Interactive Taiji) – dynamic/evolving soundtrack for the Interactive Taiji research pilot, 2009.

  • A part of the funded research pilot focusing on enhancing PE curriculum at a regional public school through the use of interactive technology in conjunction with Taiji arts.
  • Exhibits/Demos:
    • Experiential Galleria, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 23, 2009-March, 2010.
    • Contemplative Practices for the Technological Society conference, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 11, 2013.

 

FORGETFULNESS– interactive audio-visual setting of a poem by Denise Duhamel, 2009.

  • Shows:
    • DISIS Digital Id 090424 performance event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2009 (premiere).
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, February 20, 2010.
    • Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States conference (installation version), St. Cloud, Minnesota, April 8-10, 2010.
    • MUSICACOUSTICA 2010, Beijing, China, October 27, 2010.
    • Unveiling the Painted Curtain: 21 C Interactive Art; Morlan Gallery, Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, September 16-October 28, 2001.
    • TAMU Laptet and Friends concert; Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, November 1, 2011.

 

17 – interactive audio-visual theatre for a solo performer, computer, and visuals, 2008-9. (50’)

  • Realized in collaboration with actress and director Sue Ott Rowlands and actor and performer Tibor Varszegi.
  • Performances:
    • DISIS Digital Id 090424 performance event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 24, 2009. (premiere)
    • Performance in the Malom Theatre, Jaszberenye, Hungary, December 16, 2009.

 

Elemental and Cyrene Reefs – commissioned works for the DARC exhibit at the new Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia, 2008.

  • Interactive multimedia art installation. Cyrene Reefs realized in collaboration with a conceptual artist Eric Standley.
  • Shows:
    • Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia, November 2008-March 2009.
    • Kent Square Galleria, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 6, 2009.
    • NIME conference at Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, June 2009.
    • Experiential Galleria, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 23, 2009-June, 2010.

 

derelicts of time – interactive audio-visual work for trombone and computer, 2008. (10’)

  • Commissioned by Jay Crone. In part sponsored by the Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences grant.
  • Performances:
    • DISIS Digital Id 080418 multimedia event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2008. (premiere)
    • Chamber Music concert series performance at Virginia Tech (2 performances), Blacksburg, Virginia, October 18-19, 2008.
    • Electronic Music Midwest festival performance, Kansas City, Kansas, November 2009.
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, February 20, 2010.
    • New York City Electronic Music Festival, New York, New York, March 25, 2010.
    • MUSICACOUSTICA 2010, Beijing, China, October 27, 2010.
    • Mako Theater concert, Beijing, China, October 28, 2010.
    • DISIS Digital Id 141201 multimedia event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 1, 2014.

 

iteration13 – interactive audio-visual work for tap dancer, visual artist, audio-visual hyperinstrument and computer, 2008. (13’)

  • In collaboration with Ann Kilkelly and Carol Burch-Brown.
  • Performances:
    • DISIS Digital Id 080418 multimedia event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2008. (premiere)
    • SEAMUS 2009 performance at Sweetwater headquarters in Fort Wayne, Iowa, April 17, 2009.
    • International Intermedia Festival of Telematic Arts, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 25, 2010.
    • International Computer Music Conference, Stony Brook, New York, June 5, 2010.
    • Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Studies Symposium, in Blacksburg, Virginia, February 18, 2011.
    • Virginia Tech Awakening the Digital Imagination Faculty Seminar, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 30, 2011.

 

air.crane.moo.latte.runway – interactive audio-visual work for an actor, computer and video, 2008. (10’)

  • In collaboration with Sue Ott Rowlands and Carol Burch-Brown.
  • Shows:
    • DISIS Digital Id 080418 multimedia event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2008. (premiere)

 

heads will roll – interactive multimedia installation/game, 2007.

  • Use of Max/MSP/Jitter.
  • Shows:
    • DISIS Digital Id 071201 multimedia event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 2007. (premiere)

 

with delicate risk – audio-visual work, 2007. (3’)

  • In collaboration with Dane Webster.
  • Shows:
    • DISIS Digital Id 071201 multimedia event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 2007 (preview).
    • DISIS Digital Id 080418 multimedia event (as part of the Arts Fusion week), Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2008. (premiere)
    • SEAMUS 2008, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2008.
    • Athens International Film Festival, Athens, Ohio, April 2008.
    • Brooklyn International Film Festival, New York, New York, May 2008.
    • ICMC2008, Belfast, United Kingdom, August 2008.
    • International Film Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands, October17, 2008.
    • Virginia Tech Chamber Music series (2 performances), Blacksburg, Virginia, October 18-19, 2008.
    • 3rd Practice computer music festival at University of Richmond, Virginia, November 4, 2008.
    • ACM Southeast Digital Animation Festival (SEDAF), Clemson, South Carolina, March 20, 2009.
    • Kent Square Galleria, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 6, 2009.
    • Maryland Film Festival, Baltimore, Maryland, May 8, 2009.
    • Fear No Film Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 25, 2009.
    • Frozen Film Festival, San Francisco, California, July 9, 2009.
    • Experiential Galleria, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 23, 2009-present.

 

 

TWISTS – “Reconsidering Nuclear Power” an evening-long play by Theatre Workshop in Science, Technology and Society. (60’)

  • Music, effects, sound design, and audio production.
  • Sponsored by the VT Institute for Society Culture and Environment.
  • Performances:
    • Virginia Tech nuclear power week (premiere), Blacksburg, Virginia, November 2007.

 

Pandora – for laptop, visuals, quad audio and motion-based gestural hyperinstrument, 2007. (5’)

  • Performances:
    • DISIS Digital Id 070429 happening in Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2007. (premiere)
    • Oberlin College Festival, Ohio, May 2007.

 

Soul – for baritone and laptop, based on a poem by Emily Dickinson, 2007. (5’)

  • In collaboration with Theodore Sipes.
  • Real-time embedding of audience’s names and granular synthesis of the solo voice.
  • Performances:
    • DISIS Digital Id 070429 happening in Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2007. (premiere)
    • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 2007.
    • Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, September 2007.
    • Radford University, Virginia, October 2007.
    • Virginia Tech Ut Prosim, Blacksburg, Virginia, October 2007.
    • Virginia Tech (Dr. Sipes recital), Blacksburg, Virginia, November 2007.
    • College Music Society conference, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 2008.

 

Gaudeamus – for woodwind nonet, 2006. (5’)

  • Performances:
    • Virginia Tech Commencement, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 2006 (premiere).
    • Virginia Tech Commencement, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 2007.
    • Virginia Tech Commencement, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 2007.
    • Virginia Tech Commencement, Blacksburg, Virginia, May 2008.

 

Structured Improvisation I – Chalybs – for laptop, 2006. (7’)

  • Performances:
    • SEAMUS 2007 conference in Iowa, Ames, Iowa, March 2007 (premiere).

 

All Your Sprache are Belong to Strauss – for tape, 2006. (2’)

  • Winner of the 20th Anniversary SEAMUS Electroclips contest by membership vote, 2006. Featured in the SEAMUS Newsletter Issue 4, October 2006.
  • Performances:
    • SEAMUS 2006 conference in Oregon, March 2006 (premiere).
    • US 2 concert titled From Desolation to the Desert With Love (Fylkingen), Stockholm, Sweden, September 14, 2006.
    • ICM2006 conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, November, 2006.
    • CEC concert series at Concordia University, Canada, November, 2006.
    • WOBC broadcast in Oberlin, Ohio, May, 2007.

 

Symmetries – for 8-channel computer, violin, and hyperinstrument, 2005. (10’)

  • Performances:
    • LAC3 conference in Karlsruhe, Germany, April 2005 (premiere).
    • Sonic Explorations, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 2005.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • Music05 festival, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2005.
    • Accent05 festival faculty concert, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2005.
    • Resonance FM radio station, London, United Kingdom, August 2005.
    • ICMC2006 conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2006.
      Dance choreography by the Tulane University’s Newcomb Dance Company.

 

“Borealis” Linux Desktop Sound Theme – collection of freely downloadable desktop sounds, 2004.

  • Highlights:
    • Most downloaded (295,000+ downloads) and one of the highest rated Linux desktop sound themes on the kde-look.org.
    • Portions commissioned by Gregoire Gentil for utilization in an internal software project August 2006.
    • Selected as the default theme for the UbuntuStudio 7.04-10.10 distribution, January 2007-October 2010.
    • Selected as the default theme for the Dropline GNOME project, December 2007.
    • Featured in the “Let it Beep” by Scott Carr, May 2008.
    • Licensed by Fididel Inc, March 2, 2009.
    • 9 sounds incorporated into the Freedesktop project that is used by a majority of Linux distributions and thereby being accessed by est. 73+ million desktop users worldwide (as of 2014), September 2009.

 

Legisonitus #1 – Gone in 8 Minutes and 11.527 Seconds – for tape, 2004.

  • Performances:
    • WECM Oberlin College summer festival concert, Oberlin, Ohio, June 2004.
    • ICMC2004, Miami, Florida, November 2004.
    • Threshold festival, Ball State University, Indiana, Muncie, Indiana, November 2004.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 2006.

 

Tabula rasa – DISSERTATION work for flute, cello, piano, and computer, 2004. (14’)

  • In part sponsored by the $6,000.00 national graduate student award by the Croatia’s National Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports.
  • Performances:
    • NeXT Ens premiere, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 2004.
    • Oberlin College’s mmm festival, Oberlin, Ohio, May, 2004.
    • Live broadcast on the WOBC radio station in Oberlin, Ohio, May, 2004.
    • Music04 festival, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2004.
    • EMM festival, Lewis University, Illinois, September 2004.
    • CMS Great Lakes Chapter Conference, WKU, Kentucky, April 2005.
    • FEMF festival, Gainesville, Florida, April 2005 (by invitation).
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.

 

Out of Doors Suite Part 2 – audio-visual composition created using Adobe Flash, 2003. (4’)

  • Performances:
    • Rocky’s Reels at the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, Cincinnati, Ohio , 2003.
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 2004.
    • SPARK festival, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 2004.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • ICMC 2005 conference in Barcelona, Spain, September 2005.
    • GMEM Trans’Electroacoustique festival (by invitation) in France, January 2006.
    • SEAMUS 2006 conference, Eugene, Oregon, March 2006.
    • Arts Fusion festival in Blacksburg, Virginia, April 2006.
    • Third Practice festival at University of Richmond, Virginia, November 2006.
    • Popcorn! At Stanford University, CCRMA, Stanford, California, January 2007.
    • New Music Festival at UNCG, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 2007.

 

What Happened – intermedia project involving video, animation, and audio, 2003. (4’)

  • Performances:
    • Rocky’s Reels at the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2003.
    • SPARK festival, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 2005.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.

 

Synaesthesia – endless ever-changing aural installation in Adobe Flash format, 2003.

  • Performances:
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.

 

Jadran poslije kiše – for solo cello, 2003. (4’)

  • Winner of the Upbeat composition competition, 2003.
  • Performances:
    • Upbeat international summer music festival in Hvar, Croatia, July 2003.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • College Music Society international conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 30, 2009.

 

Imitation Crabmeat Rag – an interactive 4-channel electroacoustic work for a live performer and computer, 2003. (8’)

  • Interactivity achieved by utilizing Peavey 1600x MIDI controller that modifies 3D positioning of various sound sources, as well as their volume and spectral content.
  • Performances:
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 2003.
    • SEAMUS 2004 conference in San Diego, California, March 2004.
    • WECM Oberlin College summer festival concert, Ohio, June 2004.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • Selected as a signature soundtrack for Virginia Tech TWISTS Choices and Challenges, Blacksburg, Virginia, October 2008.

 

SlipStreamScapes V: Lullaby – an interactive electroacoustic work for 2 pianos and a computer, 2002. (9’)

  • Interactivity achieved utilizing RTcmix and composer-created software RTMix, whose function is to separately manipulate two pianos.
  • Performances:
    • Pre-premiere at the Interactive Installations event at College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 2002.
    • Music02 international music festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2002.
    • Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, June 2002.
    • OCEAn festival and a live broadcast on WOBC radio station in Oberlin, Ohio, November 2002.
    • ICMC2003 conference in Singapore, October 2003.
    • LAC2 conference in Karlsruhe, Germany, April 2004.
    • Accent04 Faculty Concert, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2004.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.
    • CMS National Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2007.
    • DISIS Digital Id 071201 multimedia event, Blacksburg, Virginia, December 2007.

 

Mr. Ping – for tape, 2001. (7’)

  • Performances:
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 2002.
    • IEMF festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2002.
    • SEAMUS 2003 conference in Tempe, Arizona, March 2003.
    • 0th Sound contemporary multimedia art concert (Dissertation Concert), St. Pius X, Edgewood, Kentucky, May 2005.

 

SlipStreamScapes III: The Sea – interactive work for a solo guitar and computer in 5 movements, 2000. (28’)

  • Interactivity achieved utilizing RTcmix and an early version of the composer-created software RTMix.
  • Master Thesis work published as College-Conservatory of Music’s first online music thesis available on OhioLink.
  • Performances:
    • Masters of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 2001.
    • Music2001 international music festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2001.
    • Oberlin College’s mmm festival and a live broadcast on WOBC radio station in Oberlin, Ohio, May, 2004.
    • WORT-FM 89.9 radio broadcast Madison, Wisconsin, March 2005.
    • TU Berlin’s Campusradio-online.de, Berlin, Germany, March 2007.

 

SlipStreamScapes II: Visions – for flute, bassoon, trumpet, piano, and marimba, 1999. (6’)

  • Utilizes composer-created software SPiDSiG
  • Performances:
    • Masters of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 2001.
    • Music2000 international music festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2001.

 

Polaris – for tape, 2000. (9’)

  • Performances:
    • Sonic Explorations concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, Winter 2000.
    • OCEAn festival in Oberlin, Ohio, November 2000.

 

String Quartet No.2 “Croatian Anthem”, 1998, revised 2003. (8’)

  • Winner of the Cincinnati’s Sigma Alpha Iota composition competition, 1998.
  • Performances:
    • Bachelor of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1998.
    • SAI concert series in Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1999.
    • Music03 international music festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 2003.
    • Reading by the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 2004.

 

SlipStreamScapes I : Ruins for mezzo and stereo tape, 1998, revised 2005. (9’)

  • Utilizes composer-created software RTMix to coordinate mezzo and tape parts.
  • Performances:
    • Bachelor of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1998.
    • Music98 international music festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1998.
    • Virginia Tech NASM concert, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 2006.

 

Nebulae – for 5 oboes, 1997.

  • Performances:
    • College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, Fall 1997.
    • Bachelor of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1998.

 

Sziget – for SSAATTBB a capella choir, solo boy soprano, and percussion, 1997. (13’)

  • Part of the CCM chorale concert series conducted by John Leman.
  • Performances:
    • College-Conservatory of Music Chorale as a part of the Bachelor of Music degree recital, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1998.

 

Moonwaltz – for solo piano, 1994. (5’)

  • Performances:
    • College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, Fall 1994.
    • WGUC radio in Cincinnati, Ohio, Fall 1994.
    • Bachelor of Music degree recital, College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Spring 1998.