I am a composer and performer of electroacoustic music. My compositions reflect a love of performance born from my studies as a euphonium player and from playing with my parents radio set. This performance is reflected in the kinds of sounds I seek out and in the way that I use them both instrumentally and in the electroacoustic studio.
Since 2012 I have taught various composition based modules at Edinburgh College particularly focussing on experimental approaches to live electronics. In 2015 I began lecturing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where I teach music technology.
In 2010 I co-founded Edit-Point, a group that dedicated themselves to the presentation and performance of electroacoustic music.
I am grateful for the financial support of the Ropner Trust, Dewar Arts Awards and Ms Christian Duff.
In my spare time I am a keen cyclist, often pedalling around the West of Scotland, and badminton player.
- shadows that in darkness dwell… – for early music ensemble and electronics
- Tide Times – http://www.tidetimescramond.wordpress.com for more information