I currently lecture at Edinburgh College (Sighthill Campus). Subjects include Performance Technology, Composition Techniques and Orchestration. I also supervise graduate level students.
Over the course of the Performance Technology unit, I introduce students to glitch, soundscape composition, sound design, gesture capture and circuit bending techniques while training them in Max/MSP.
I also work as an ad hoc lecturer at the University of Aberdeen where I have designed and taught several composition courses including: Acousmatic Composition, Glitch Composition and Contemporary Musical Theatre.
Research – Papers and Presentations
- “Perpetual Erosion: Impermanence in Audio-Visual Intermedia”, presented at the INTIME 2011 Symposium, Coventry University, 24 September 2011 and at the Royal Musical Association (RMA) Annual Research Students’ Conference, 6 January 2012. Publication pending.
- “A Private Space: Ambient and Soundscape Composition” CeReNeM Journal: Issue Two, Part One (2010): PDF.
- “Three Types of Engagement with Place Through Acousmatic Listening and Composition” (with Suk-Jun Kim and Pete Stollery), presented at the European Seminar in Ethnomusicology (ESEM), University of Aberdeen, 16 September 2011. Publication pending.
- “Negation of Liveness and the Metamorphosis of its Meaning” (with Suk-Jun Kim), FIMPaC 2011, Leeds College of Music, 12 May 2011. Publication pending.
- “Reproductions: Glitching Dance”, Music Research Seminar, University of Aberdeen, 28 April 2011
- “Recent Compositions”, Music Research Seminar, University of Aberdeen, 11 December 2009
- “Fog: Communication Breakdown and the Role of the Artist”, The Artist Under the Microscope, University of Durham, 14 November 2009
- “Fog and Recent Compositions”, RSAMD Research Talks, The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, 22 October 2009
- “Acoustic Ecology”, AberdeenEcology Day, University of Aberdeen, 16 April 2009
- “Synaesthesia and Multi-Sensory Perception in Music”, Music Research Seminar, University of Aberdeen, 27 March 2009