I’ve been selected to present as a part of the National Performance Network’s Annual Conference in March of 2023. I’m excited to share my work and art with the broader NPN community, as well as open my own eyes and ears to others in the conference. Stay tuned for more details!
I’m honored to be a National Performance Network’s Take Notice Fund Grantee! The Take Notice Fund is supported by the Ford Foundation’s Creativity and Free Expression program. Thanks so much to NPN for supporting me and my work!
My recent percussion quartet has been accepted into the New Music on the Bayou 2022 Summer Festival! I’m excited and honored to have my music performed alongside some of today’s most accomplished and relevant composers. Head to newmusiconthebayou.com for details!
It was exactly one year ago today that the music video for The Spaces Between premiered on YouTube in conjunction with a Composer Conversation series in which I was the featured composer. Since then, the work is slowly spreading its wings. Specifically, it’s going to be performed as a part of New Music on the Bayou 2022, and it was selected for a new music YouTube page that I can’t talk about yet. It’s also […]
In the summer of 2008, I was working a corporate gig focused on data insights, a job that I surprisingly really enjoyed. Part of that had to do with my developing love of data and how data can tell meaningful stories. Another part of that had to do with my team, a small but mighty group of talented and smart people with a fantastic boss that nurtured our success and kept us as insulated as […]
As Tulane Bands has recently officially unveiled its rebranding, I thought it would be worth documenting and writing about the history of the brand and its logos throughout the program’s recent history from my perspective as the primary brand force. The Original Logo The very first Tulane University Marching Band logo was developed prior to my hiring in 2008. This functioned pretty well within the brand philosophy of Tulane University and our association with it […]