Scores of most pieces listed are available for performance upon request
Kinespheric Exploitation for orchestra (8′)
As the Composer-In-Residence of the Boulder Symphony, this was a commission to write a new work for the ensemble. Premiered February 24, 2017 in Boulder, Colorado.
Commissioned by Turning Point Ensemble as part of their Young Composers Program. Pripyat’s Wolves is currently a work in progress and will may premiered sometime in the near future. You can read more about it in The Vancouver Sun.
You’ll Always Be Surrounded by Crying Infants on a Long-Haul Flight for string quartet (7′)
Performed as part of the Sonic Boom Festival in Vancouver, BC on March 18, 2016.
draw me, shoot me for bassoon & cello (7′)
Performed at Lost + Found in Vancouver, BC on September 25, 2015.
©alculated to death for opera (30′)
Text verbatim WikiLeaks, Reddit, and the Trade Justice Network. Written for 4 voices, 5 instruments and electronics.
First presented at the PureGold Festival in London, at Deptford Town Hall (June 13, 2013), before being selected to be staged as an expanded version for Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival, in King’s Cross (July 24 & 25, 2014), in collaboration with theatre director Jude Christian. Funded by Arts Council England. Also presented August 22 & 23, 2014 in Tokyo as part of Future Shorts Japan. A review of the London showing by The Telegraph can be found here.
Mind the Gap for flute, classical guitar and vibraphone (5′)
Performed at the 2013 Goldsmiths Composers’ Forum in London (March 1, 2013).
2.5 mg for orchestra (6′)
Performed by the Victoria Symphony as part of their Annual Score Reading Session for Young Composers at the Alix Goolden Hall in Victoria, BC (April 19, 2012).
Phase Unbalance for string quintet (8′)
Performed at SFU Student Composers in Concert at the World Art Studio (April 7, 2012).
-Dash for flute, alto saxophone, trombone, double bass (5′)
Performed at SFU Student Composers in Concert at the World Art Studio (December 1, 2011). “We live in an almost perfect stillness and work with incredible urgency.” – Rem Koolhaas
Retained for 4-voice a cappella (3′)
Set to the text of the Canadian version of the Miranda rights, which were abolished by the Supreme Court of Canada in October 2010. Read by the Phoenix Chamber Choir (April 2011).
Echoes & Dreamlines for violin, cello, clarinet B♭, percussion, piano (6′)
Performed at SFU Student Composers Concert at the World Art Studio at Woodward’s (April 2011) and Attacca (January 2012).
Tachycardia for string trio (7′)
Performed at the SFU Student Composers Concert at the World Art Studio (December 2010), West Coast Student Composers’ Symposium at UBC (January 2011), Sonic Boom Festival of New Music (March 2011), and Attacca (January 2012).
Drink Driving for 4-voice a cappella (3′)
Set to the poem by Ian McKay (April 2010).
Music, When Soft Voices Die for 4-voice a cappella (3′)
Set to the poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Read by members of musica intima (March 2010).
Doveglion – art song, baritone and piano (3′)
Set to the poem by e.e. cummings (December 2009).
From James Lee’s Wife – art song, soprano and piano (3′)
Set to the poem by Robert Browning (November 2009).