IMG_0491I’ve been commissioned by fourteen|effects to write a short piece to be included in their Da Vinci Project: Percussion.  The piece is tentatively titled Tembers. It will get its world premiere in the spring of 2016 in Western Massachusetts.  Stay tuned for more details!

nienteForte 2016!

nF logoThe nienteForte 2016 Contemporary Music Festival is proud to host guest ensemble ECCE as well as guest composers Erin Gee, Yu-Hui Chang, and Isabel Mundry.  The four-day festival will be held at Tulane University from March 14-17, 2016.  I’m currently working on a piece to be performed during the festival, as is my co-director Maxwell Dulaney.  Check for updates on  Save the dates, and don’t miss out!

polyomi – minesweeper with colors and shapes

polyomi iconMy brother Felix has released a video game he calls polyomi, a puzzle game that he describes as minesweeper with colors.  I ended up being in charge of the audio aspect of the game, which underwent about six or seven failed iterations before finally coming to the final product.  I’m pretty happy with how it all turned out.  Feel free to leave us feedback about it!  You can play it on (and download the music for a donation of $1 or more) or on kongregate.

Roll Wave Roll!

TUMB Logo Corbel Final v2The Tulane University Marching Band is heavy into its fall 2015 season!  I’m proud of what my students have accomplished with the crazy ambitious stuff that I’ve written for them in my second year as Assistant Director.  Be sure to follow us on social media!  Visit for more details!

Versipel Year 2

p1030427Versipel just completed their debut concert of the season where I had the honor of playing Louis Andrissen’s Worker’s Union as the concert finale!  Our next concert is going to be in mid-January.  Go to to keep up with our endeavors!

Timpani Forces – published!

tapspaceTimpani Forces is now officially a part of the tapspace catalog!  You can peruse it and order it here, through their website.  Again, my many thanks to David Constantine and Chris Whyte for their wonderful performances of the piece, and thanks to Jim Casella and tapspace for the honor of publishing it.

I want to write for you!

I am always looking for new opportunities to write music for solo musicians and ensembles, marching bands, and drumlines. Visit the commission page for more information on how we can collaborate together to create great music!

Clip of the Month:

Using the LEAP Motion and Max to control an octophonic sound system