December 23, 2016 - Deep Field listed as among the "best" Bay Area performances in 2016!

Deep Field, the new solo dance by Katie Faulkner for which I composed the score and sound design, was just listed as among the "Bay Area dance at its best in 2016" by the San Francisco Chronicle. Describing Faulkner's choreography as "emotionally drenched [and] technically astute," Allan Ulrich included this new solo in the paper's year-end highlights of Bay Area performance. I'm incredibly proud to have collaborated on this lovely project!

May 26-28 2016 - Deep Field - New commission
[Score and sound-design] for little seismic dance company's 10th Anniversary Home Season! @ CounterPulse theater in San Francisco.

I'm thrilled to be collaborating again with choreographer Katie Faulkner. We last worked together on the massive public piece We Don't Belong Here. This new piece, Deep Field, is a breathtaking work of choreography and I'm honored to have been able to compose sound and music for this work!


May 14, 2016 - How-To Festival at San Diego Central Public Library
I have been invited to present a talk about "How To Appreciate the Music of Prince" for the Central Library's "How To" festival. The significance of Prince's inspiration to my work is vast, and I'm excited to prepare a talk honoring his work.


Growing Up Death Star

Premiere: October 1, 2015 at the San Diego Underground Film Festival

Other screenings:
April 26, 2016 at Anthology Film Archives in New York.

October 17th, 2015 for Other Minds "Low-Fi Sci-Fi" at Artists' Television Access in San Francisco

June 7-14, 2015- Signal Culture Residency

Recently spent a fabulous week at the amazing Signal Culture Residency in upstate New York, working with the tools of the former Experimental Television Center to generate wild visualizations, and unreal sci-fi graphical fantasies (and I made a few spaceships along the way). I will be posting some of the material I made on Vimeo soon.


April 16, 2015- Extensions: Art and Humor at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

I spoke about the role of humor (and its fuel, known as narcissism) in my works going back to Thanks for Giving My Number Back (2007), Breaking Glass (2008), and T2ERU (2014). Many thanks to the MCASD and organizer Michael Ano.

April 6, 2015 - Mapping Digital Futures

I was invited by the UCSD Center for Humanities to speak about my work with the Socially Engaged Speculative Media Initiative and my sci-fi project T2ERU: Tell Them Everything / Remember Us.



September 24, 2016
Deep Field,
[dance performance by Katie Faulkner]
Faulkner's new solo, featuring my original music and sound-design, will be perfomed at the Mills College Dancing Across Generations event.