NEWS

May 7, 2018

Thankful for the opportunity to write a film score for electronics and live ensemble last February for, Un Chien Andalou, a night of 1920's silent film, part of the RNCM French Connections Festival.  I was given Entr'Acte, originally score by Satie, and created somethi...

February 25, 2018

Thankful for some exciting premieres that have taken place in the past two months, including the first performance of my orchestral piece, Breath, conducted by Tjeerd Barkmeijer and featuring off-stage solo string players: Amelia Dew (violin 1), Phillip Rousiamanis (vi...

December 4, 2017

Honoured to have a painting completed in 2012, Rains Reflection,  chosen as a cover to represent a new composition by Matthew Olyver, On the Sea of Heaven.  Performed by students at the Royal Academy of Music in Duke Hall, conducted by Timothy Weiss.  Have a...

November 21, 2017

Very excited to be at the completion stage of several new abstract works, including beginning a new, ongoing series of quick, improvised paintings in live music/improv sessions.   My work over the past year and for the next upcoming year, as I'm completing my masters i...

July 12, 2017

Very excited to have had a first performance last week of my work for string quartet and painting, Incandescence.  The inspiration of the piece came from an idea of bursts of light and colour.  I created the painting after the composition, to capture the musical colour...

July 12, 2017

A short piece commissioned for RNCM Piano Day, with a Hungarian Theme.  Huge thank you Zijun Xu for his beautiful performance!  My inspiration came from an image of light glistening on water.  The Hungarian Sea is a land locked lake in Hungary.  

May 13, 2017

This piece was written as part of the RNCM Rosamond Prize concert, a collaboration between RNCM composers and poets of MMu.  The poet Mary Matusz and I visited the Castle Hill monument outside of Huddersfield, built to commemorate the 60th reign of Queen Victoria, the...

March 14, 2017

At the beginning of this year I was privileged to meet first year cellist, Ellen Porter and create a concert based on synestesia.  She is gifted with the ability to see colour/shapes in music.  Ellen described to me what she saw in this piece I wrote for her and I crea...

September 20, 2016

This is a painting I brought along to the UK with me.  Also, I finally purchased a set of professional grade, homemade oil paints, which is extremely exciting!

This figurative painting is still in the beginning stages.   There are some very key elements missin...

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