I make music using microphones, electronic devices and studio technology. My sound gathering procedures include foraging, scraping, rattling, plucking, caressing, rubbing, banging, forcing, striking, squeezing, coaxing and eventually teasing out musical shapes and forms to produce layers, textures, densities, gradients, canalisations, epiphenomena, structure and formal properties. I'm drawn to the idea that in listening to musical sound our perception follows every twist and turn, every fold, cusp, crimp, bifurcation, transverse intersection, every discontinuity, every catastrophe in its attempt to understand the complexity of morphogenesis and changing forms. All this alongside the notion that the sublime complexity of music energises, activates and defines space, that music might have come about as an assistive technology, deepening our understandings and navigations of space and time.
I"m currently creating new work and remastering older compositions for publication. You can follow my progress, download and purchase on my Bandcamp pages