Research


I am currently completing a DPhil at the University of Oxford, thanks to the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council. My compositional work focuses on ideas of space, movement, and in particular on the use of virtual reality technologies, especially Oculus Rift. My thesis focuses on “open form” experimental works of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and in particular on social or relational approaches.




Presentations


‘What Does the Future Hold?’ - Panel Discussion at Future Music Mini-Festival, RNCM (13.06.19)

‘Virtual Reality +’ - Session at Future Music Mini-Festival, RNCM (13.06.19)

‘Old Frogs, New Tricks: Technology and Identity in a New Collaborative Work’ - Paper given at RMA Study Day: The Classical Musician in the 21st Century, University of Cambridge (23.05.19)

‘Nonlinear Reading in the Context of Several 360° Video Scores’ - Poster Presentation at the Centre for New Music at Sheffield (CeNMas) Composers’ Conference (28.04.18)

look around you (2017): Performative Nonlinearity in the Context of a Virtual Reality Mobile Score’ - Paper Given at Van Mildert College MCR Research Forum (02.03.17)