Instructions for a Home Invasion is an installation for text, video projections, speakers, and found objects created by Teresa Carmody, Madison Creech, Chaz Underriner and Terri Witek in 2018. The installation is a meditation on the space of the Booker House in response to poetic instructions—we bring objects, sound, and images from our own various houses into this temporarily shared unoccupied space, itself a portion of a much larger university-owned house. Continue reading →
I’m really pleased to share GreyWing Ensemble’s fantastic rendition of nocturne series: 4 on their latest release, nature forms I. I’m really happy with the recording that Lindsay Vickery put together—recording the piece in an interesting sonic environment outside of Perth, Australia is a context I never imagined while composing the piece, but that works wonderfully. The ensemble’s playing on this recording is also fantastic. Continue reading →
For video, clarinet, and tape. Commissioned by clarinetist Germaine Sijstermans.
An album of structured improvisations featuring Colton Lytle, Jolene Masone, and Chaz Underriner. Continue reading →
Landscape: Home is a multimedia reflection on the notion of ‘home’ for electric guitar, 2 video projections, and 6-channel audio. Continue reading →
Music blog Nieuwe Noten wrote reviews of the performances of both Nocturne Series: 8 and Landscape Series: 1. The text is in Dutch, but a translation (by Nico Couck) is available here: Continue reading →
I engineered and mixed a recording of Harvey Sollberger‘s Soli E Scherzi for flute and piano, performed by Calliope Duo—Elizabeth McNutt, flute and Shannon Wettstein, piano. We recorded in Voertman Hall at the University of North Texas in April, 2017. The release of the recording is forthcoming.
At the Art Institute of Dallas’ Recording Studio, engineers Janel Trevino and Juan Espinosa (with direction from Douglas Holmes) helped me record Chorale and Finely Tuned Resonators for eight electric guitars by composer Michael Winter for his release on New World Records. Continue reading →
I’m excited to be included as a guest on the Lexical Tones podcast with Rob McClure. Continue reading →← Older posts