Works in Progress
- North Down South
Piece for orchestra
- Concerto for Horn
Piece for horn and orchestra
- Tube Up – Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble
- For Fanfare’s Sake – Brass Quintet
- After First – Clarinet, Piano
Co-commisioned by David Deiter, Mary Fortino, Rachel McFarland, and Timothy Hanley for Acoustic Frontier
More information can be found here
- Players – Original Film Score
Composed for filmmaker Kelsey Bruce in conjunction with the University of Alabama’s Telecommunication and Film department
- Ambient Domain – Electronic
- Phasetone – Music for
In collaboration with Yonder Dance Company
- Bounding Quake – Clarinet, Cello, Piano
Commissioned by the 2017 Zodiac Music Academy & Festival
- Disport Coy – Brass Ensemble
- With Woman – Original Film Score
Composed for filmmakers Kristen Faulkner and Tiana Raimist-Carter in conjunction with the University of Alabama New College
- Caper Fair – Solo Violin
Written for Davis Brooks, featured on the album Early Musings: New Music for Violin
- Cascata Passione – Solo Piano
- Colloquy – Violin, Cello, Piano
Bounding Quake, composed for B♭ Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, was commissioned by the 2017 Zodiac Music Academy & Festival. The piece balances itself between technical and lyrical sections.
Caper Fair is a virtuosic composition for solo violin. The work was recorded in the Spring of 2016 and was released in November 2016 by PARMA Recordings on the album Early Musings: New Music for Violin through the Navona label with international distribution by Naxos. It was written for and performed by violinist Dr. Davis Brooks.
In collaboration with The Yonder Dance Company, Phasetone is a social commentary on the effects of technology on our everyday life; particularly, how disconnected we can become In Real Life. The piece is derived from an original ringtone and alert sounds that could be found on a cellphone. The ringtone is phased to symbolize how we can become out of sync due to the distractions of technology.
Players is an original film score composed for filmmaker Kelsey Bruce in conjunction with the University of Alabama’s Telecommunication and Film department.