I am a composer, sound artist and researcher whose output encompasses electronic, acoustic and text media, and often intersects these. Recent projects include A Single Hurt Colour, for guitarist Matthew Marshall and live electronics, and This Storm Is Called Progress, a multimedia collaboration with filmmaker Grayson Cooke, exploring anthropogenic and geological temporalities. This project was selected as a finalist for the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize at the South Australian Museum. My recent writings focus on ecological and material practices in sound-based art. I am Deputy Director of the New Zealand School of Music – Te Kōkī where  I teach sonic art and composition and direct the Lilburn Studios for Electronic Music.