Composition and Performance
2001 International Computer Music Association Commission Awards. Nominated as finalist for commission of a new work of computer music.
1997 Discover Awards for Technological Innovation, award for NetSound, a software application for internet production and distribution of electronic music. Composed original NetSound music compositions.
1992 Institut International de Musique Electroacoustique de Bourges (IMEB), France. International Festival of Electroacoustic Music, Prix Residence de Bourges awarded for Glass/Steel.
1991 New England Computer Arts Association (NEWCOMP) composition prize awarded for View from Third I.
Computer Music and Installations
2005 Momentary Attractions with Tim Blackwell on Saxaphone, Goldsmiths College, London, UK
2005 SueMeNo1, with Roger Danneberg on Trumpet. Performed at Goldsmiths College, London, UK
2004 Departure on the Chaou-Phraya, first SoundSpotter performance at City University, London, UK
2000 Missa Desiderata, for Four Choirs and Computer Accompaniment. Performed in Lutterworth, 2000
1999 Strange-Charmed, 9'50", with Simon Atkinson. Appears on MIT Media Lab EMS@25 CD, April ‘99. Performed at Harvard University, June 2000 and ICMC2000, Berlin, August 2000.
1996 Virtual SoundScapes, music making experience using virtual reality. Installed at MIT Media Lab for initiation of Digital Life consortium. Composition, programming, graphic and interface design.
1995 Diamond Park, a multi-user virtual reality environment installed in Las Vegas. Original music composition and sound design.
1994 Vox-Cubed: The Voice Box, live speech to song interactive installation with intelligent musical accompaniment and projected video dancer. MIT Media Lab.
1993 Forwarding, 8’50", for Synclavier electronic musical instrument, Cambridge, USA.
1992 Glass-Steel, 12'30", composed at Dartmouth College. Bregman Electronic Music Studios, Hanover, USA.
1990 View from Third I, 12'10", composed at UEA Music studios, Norwich UK, other performances in France, USA, Canada.
1997 NetSound: video with original music. Produced for Disney's "Discover Awards for Technological Innovation". Produced with G. Kachadorian, 62-knots productions, Cambridge, MA.
1996 Music and the Mind: Musical Machines, UK Channel 4 television programme. Designed an intelligent computer accompanist for Paul Robertson of the Medici String Quartet. Produced by Initial Film and Television, Broadcast April 1996 on national television.
1996 Sounds from the MIT Media Lab, produced audio CD for MIT Media Lab. Composed 3D Sound Sculptures.
1991 The Tempest, sound design and music for professional theatre production by the Stratford Theatre Company. Collaborated on songs with Indonesian composer I-Wayan-Sadra, Hanover, USA.
Instrumental Compositions (with Public Performances)
2000 Missa Desiderata, for choir and computer accompaniment, in 3 movements, Lutterworth, UK.
1993 Forward Journey. Jazz Ensemble, MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble. National Collegiate Jazz Festival, IN, USA.
1992 The Cosmic Ray, Trumpet and Computer, for Michael Ray of The Sun Ra Arkestra, Hanover, USA.
1992 Number Six, Jazz Ensemble, Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA.
1990 A Portrait of Solution, computer-assisted composition for Symphony Orchestra, Norwich, UK.
1988 The Joy of Fishes, Wind Quintet. Norwich, UK.
1988 Itti Vuttakem, Flute and Piano. Norwich, UK.
1987 Clarinet Monody in Bb, Solo Clarinet, Norwich, UK.
1998-2000 Tenor and Bass Vocalist, Lutterworth Cantores, UK.
1992-1994 Bass Trombone, MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, Cambridge, Mass.
1990-1992 1st Trombone Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble, Hanover, NH.
1987-1990 Freelance trombonist, Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra, Norwich, UK.
1987-1990 Bass Vocalist, University Choir. Norwich, UK.
1987-1990 1st Trombone, University Orchestra, Norwich, UK.
1987-1988 Performance scholarship, studied with Anthony Parsons, 1st Trombone, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, London College of Music, London, UK.
1987 Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, Grade VIII, Distinction, Trombone.
1986-1987 Bass Trombone in Leicestershire Schools Symphony Orchestra., patron: Sir Michael Tippet, Leicester, UK.