Music

Sound

Everybody's Talking about It (2018. Browser-based stochastic sound collage)

Lost & Found (2017. Sampled dramatic monologue)

Everybody's Talking about It (2018. Browser-based stochastic sound collage)

Lost & Found (2017. Sampled dramatic monologue)

Everybody's Talking about It (2018. Browser-based stochastic sound collage)

Lost & Found (2017. Sampled dramatic monologue)

Scoring

Interstitial podcast (2019. In collaboration with thinkbelt.org)

Who Is a Good Boy (2018. Directed by Alex Phillips)

"Warning: this program is deliciously weird and risqué. Like "I can't believe I just saw this" weird or "I might need to sit alone for a bit" weird. Also, if you don't want to make eye contact with people afterward, we won't blame you." - Palm Springs International Film Society

Theatre

Sound design, Sugar in Our Wounds (2019. Directed by Mikael Burke, First Floor Theater)

Sound design, Love & Information (2019. Directed by Kim McKean, Trap Door Theatre)

Sound design, At the Wake of a Dead Drag Queen (2019. Directed by Mikael Burke, The Story)

Sound design, The Killer (2019. Directed by Mike Steele, Trap Door Theatre)

"The ensemble performs a herky-jerky mechanized dance set to a nightmarish toy orchestra soundscape. It captures the unthinking fealty to mundane exercises ... that Ionesco spent most of his career anatomizing." - Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune 

Sound design, Killing Game (2019. Directed by dado, A Red Orchid Theatre)

Music direction, The Ruse of Medusa (2019. Directed by dado, Facility Theatre)

"It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and a pleasure to boot." - Hugh Iglarsh, Newcity

Sound design, The Pillowman (2018. Directed by Jaimelyn Gray, The Constructivists)

Sound design, Phoebe in Winter (2018. Directed by dado, Facility Theatre)

"This astounding production packs a year's worth of theatergoing
into 100 minutes." - Justin Hayford, 
Chicago Reader