My interest in composition emerged as a consequence of performing contemporary music. My very first attempt at it was when I was 15 but I did not formally have any lessons until 2014 and began having lessons with Patrick Carrabré during my Master’s degree in Composition at Brandon University. I have an affinity towards rhythmically colorful textures and visually-evocative sonic worlds, which often incorporate elements of Mexican folklore and a cinematographic approach to musical story-telling. I am currently pursuing doctoral studies in Composition at York University in Toronto with Randolph Peters, exploring the digital landscape for music-making and humanity’s often pernicious dynamics with the internet.
I like to make music about the Internet with the Internet.