Residencies / Commissions

‘Shadow Sequences’
, composer in residence at Centro Music, Modena, Italy. Working with Soniche Ensemble. Premier November 2022, Modena. 

‘Indifferent Rocks Are Rearranged into a Dam’
, quadraphonic composition with Max Eilbacher commissioned by ISSUE PROJECT, New York, 2022 for ‘Distant Pairs’ series.
First presented at Fridman Gallery, NYC, October 27th 2022.  

Cafe Oto, London, 2022. Two Day Residency, curated programme including Morton Feldman, Catherine Lamb, Farida Amadou & John Edwards, Rebecca Salvadori and improvised sets with Sophie Fetokaki, Sharon Gal and Caroline Kraabel.

, commissioned by Hydroacoustics, site-specific multichannel work at the Prenzlauerberg Wasserturm (Watertower), Berlin, 2021.  30’

‘Janela do Inferno’ commissioned by Walk & Talk Festival, Azores, in colloaration with film maker, Pedro Maia, 2021.
Presented at Walk & Talk Festival (Azores) GNRTION (Braga), Teatro Do Biarro (Lisbon).  35’ live film.

‘Cinnamon Row’, comissioned by Somerset House Assembly, with text by Laura Grace Ford drawn from psychogeographic walks in nearby borough of Wapping and Thames pathways, premiered at Somerset House, London, 2019. 35’ 

‘Forma’, commission and residency, Groupe de Recherches Musicales, Paris. Multichannel composition, tape, live cello.
Commissioned by INA GRM, Re-Imagine Europe, Co-funded by Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Presented at Maison de la Radio, Paris, 2019, Elevate Festival, Graz, 2020, Le Mans Sonore, 2022.  20’

Elektronik Musik Studion, EMS, Stockholm, 2014 residency with Russell Haswell, 2019 & 2022 solo.

Dark Ecology / Sonic Acts, Kirkenes, Norway, residency with Russell Haswell, joint creation commissioned by and premiered at Borealis Festival, Bergen, 2014.

PRS New Music Incubator Residencies at Brunel University in 2011 and Acusticum, in Piteå, Northern Sweden in 2012.
Cello recording in Norrbotten Forest, installation at Kulturhuset, Luleå.
A collabortative piece with Mark Fell, Edmund Finnis, Ruaidhri Mannion, Luke Styles and Erik Peters.

Image: Pedro Maia, ‘Janela do Inferno’