scores available upon request
edge of the light (2017), 13'
commissioned by the Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra
three illuminations (2016), 10'30"
flute, clarinet, trombone, violin, bass, and electronics
the singing shore (2016), 15'
concerto for trumpet and orchestra with electronics
a series of breaths (2013)
flute, percussion, piano, violin, cello, 13'
separation songs (2013)
two string quartets and real-time generated variations on William Billings tunes, 72'
nine sliding instruments, 10'30"
cello, percussion, and two sustaining instruments, 15'
evening song (2008)
trumpet, horn, and trombone, 10-12'
riverbed echo (2007)
chamber choir and string trio, 13'
ghost light trio (2006)
three percussionists and processed field recordings of Amtrak trains, 10'
solos and duos
second illumination (2017)
solo glockenspiel with seven recorded glockenspiels, 16'
going, gone (2016)
solo piano, 7'
tide (violin) (2015)
solo violin with ten recorded violins, 21'
tide (cello) (2015)
solo cello with ten recorded cellos, 21'
tide (bass) (2015)
solo bass with ten recorded basses, 21'
more snow to fall (2015)
solo glockenspiel, 7'
solo glockenspiel, 26'
solo vibraphone, 7'
amplified solo percussion (wooden board, stones, leaves, and contact mics), 10'30"
small stones (2009)
percussion duo, 8'30"
small stones (2009)
flute and percussion version, 8'30"
ghost music (2008)
solo percussion, 52'
singing ghost (2008)
solo percussion, 8'
soft song (for solo cello) (2006)
solo cello, 9'30"
for solo violin (2005)
solo violin, 36'
installations and media
pillars of decay (2016)
playable metal sculptures, transducers, and real-time electronics, 75'
with Jeff Herriott, Trevor Saint, and Amanda Schoofs
a thin line to draw us together (2015), 8'30"
two electric guitars, electric cello, transducers, and digital feedback system
no where I'm bound (2012)
processed flute recordings and 7-channel dispersion, 12'
he who dreams of magic bullets (2012)
generative audio and video processing, with Colby Caldwell and James Huckenpahler
assembled field recordings, four speakers and iPods installed in canvases, with Ken Weathersby
a river is many single things going to almost the same place at almost the same time (2010)
thirty layers of recorded percussion, 14'30"
partch chimes + tuned river (2010)
processed field recordings, 8'10"
manmade mountains and underground river (2010)
field recordings, tuned pipes, wind sensors, and real-time assemblage
faintly reflected upon (2010)
soundtrack for a film, electric guitar, cello, and percussion, with Devan Mulvaney, 6'30"
boulder / tree / wall (2009)
processed field recordings and multi-channel video, with J.T. Kirkland, 13'50"
living in the pulsing light (2008)
lap steel guitar and MAX/MSP, 9'45"
processed field recordings, 1'00"
the heart strobed, superimposed (2008)
field recordings, texts, and video, with Liz Stephens and Matthew Hittinger, 7'20"
six guitars, dispersing (2007)
recorded electric guitars, 6-channel dispersion, 37'