I have over 17 years of experience creating sound designs and composing music for live performance, films, & art installations. I work primarily with composed sound and the spoken word, often mixing the timbres of acoustic instruments and human voices with synthetic audio to sculpt imagined textures and environments. 

In addition to this work, I've also consulted on large, AI-powered, synthetic voice projects for Microsoft Research and Descript

I convene a monthly audio salon from my home in the Catskills.

The Brayver Concern is a sound art collaboration with my partner Rebecca Bray.

I'm part of the Music for Furniture ensemble.

I'm one half of The Sending, an electronic music group.

I'm a member of the Conduction Series.

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Some previous collaborators include Will Rawls, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Kimberly Bartosik, Ephrat Asherie, David Garland, Rodney Greenblat, Peter Kyle, Christopher Petit, Diane Coburn Bruning, Shana Cooper, Katie Pearl & Lisa D’Amour, Michael Garces, Derek Goldman, The UMO Ensemble, Duncan Macmillan, Mary Stuart Masterson, linn meyers, David Muse, Aaron Posner, Kameron Steele, Matthew Torney, Eric Tucker, Yury Urnov.

My work has been heard at and/or commissioned by Ballet Hispanico/Apollo Theatre, Lincoln Center’s Dance On Camera festival, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Smithsonian Institute (Hirshhorn, American History, Natural History), Microsoft Research, Pushkin Industries, UMO Ensemble, BAM, PS-122, Joyce SoHo, 92nd St. Y Harkness Dance, Bearnstow, Atlantic Theatre Company, Chamber Dance Project, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Signature Theatre (DC), Folger Theatre Company, Studio Theatre Company (DC), A Contemporary Theatre, Whitman College, Georgetown University, Bowdoin College.