A composer and sound artist primarily focused on algorithmic composition and works realized via computational methods. In 1996–98, composition studies at Université Paris VIII with composer Horacio Vaggione, completing a pre-doctoral dissertation focused on the human-machine interface within an analysis of computer assisted composition. In 1995-96, attended the cursus at Les Ateliers UPIC (now CIX, Centre Iannis Xenakis), studied with Gerard Pape, Curtis Roads; extensive focus on the composition systems developed by Iannis Xenakis and the CEMAMu (UPIC system and the New GENDYN Program by Peter Hoffmann). 2002-2007, collaboration with choreographer Kim Whittam, works presented throughout New York City (St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery, Merce Cunningham Studio). 1986, completed undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, with minor in music (piano and theory). 1994, completed master’s degree (Drexel University), in electrical engineering with focus on digital signal processing and spectral analysis. Employed at the United Nations in New York as a broadcast systems engineer and information data analyst. Currently studying counterpoint and composition with composer Andrew Litts.