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.
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.