Projects

Projects, performances, commissions & collaborations:


COMA Singers commisssion, St. Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, Oct. 2015

Richmond New Music Collective concerts:  June 2014; Sept. 2015 (Director, Composer, Conductor)

Short pieces for Vox Novus concerts, New York:  Craig Hultgren (cello), NYC & Alabama, May 2013; Crane Harp Ensemble, Nov. 2013 (various venues); Nautilus Brass Quintet, NYC, June 2014.

Juice vocal ensemble, Spitalfields Music Festival 2013

New pieces for vocal duo Soprano Soprano, performed 2011-13

Beached
(film), dir. Sally Millest, 2012
(winner of the Southend on Sea Film Festival
  short film competition: adult)

Writ in Water (film), dir. Jeremy Bubb, 2009
 

Juice vocal ensemble, Vale of Glamorgan Festival, 2009

Structures Theatre Company, 2008
 


Jane Chapman, harpsichord, Solo Spotlights, 2007
Robert Percy's Banjo

Adopt a Composer scheme, Lewisham Choral Society, PRS, SPNM, 2006 - 7
 

Johannes Möller, guitar, Deal Festival, 2006
 

London Sinfonietta, St. Lukes, 2006
 

Milos Milivojevic, accordion, Royal Academy of Music, 2005
 

Hultgren Solo Cello Works Biennial (USA), finalist, 2005
 

Beate Altenburg, cello, 2005
 

SPNM Shortlist, 2000 & 2004
 

Ben Trigg, cello, 2004
 

Bergen, Norway, International Choir Gathering, 2003
 

Orlando Consort, City of London Festival, BBC Radio 3, 2002

Finger Prints,
project initiated by pianist Helen Reid for producing contemporary, early-grades pieces for piano, published by Faber Music 2002

 

David Le Page, Hilary Stuart (violins), Bridget Carey (viola), Zoe Martlew (cello), The Warehouse, London, 2000

 

Resolution, The Place, London, Four strings dance group, Julia Hole (choreographer), Simon Allen (percussion), Francesca Hanley (flutes), Hugh McDowell (cello), 2000
 

International Course for Professional Choreographers and Composers, Breton Hall, Yorkshire, Nigel Osborne, Robert Cohan, Wayne McGregor, Kenneth Tharpe, Charlotte Boye-Christensen, Ross Cooper, Rui Graca, Keith-Derrick Randolph, 1999

 


'There is poetry as soon as we realize that we possess nothing.' John Cage