I work with various permutations of instrumental and electronic resources, mainly focusing on creating musical experiences whose structures attempt to afford space to all the bodies implicated. My current hope with each work is to open up doors to worlds that might otherwise not exist, drawing together material contexts for human performers, which are resistant, require collaborative effort, and disclose the necessity of each constituent part of a whole.
I studied on the ‘Cursus 1’ programme at IRCAM (France), supported by an Entente Cordiale Scholarship, and at the University of Manchester (UK) where I received Bachelors and Masters degrees in music and composition, studying with Ricardo Climent. In September 2013, I joined the doctoral programme at Harvard University (USA) where I study with Chaya Czernowin and Hans Tutschku. Other important musical encounters have included discussions with Pierluigi Billone, Martin Iddon, Michael Pisaro, Rebecca Saunders and Steven Kazuo Takasugi, and work with the musicians of the JACK Quartet, soundinitiative, Talea Ensemble and Trio Atem, amongst many others.
Last updated: 10 October 2016