Last year I was awarded first prize in the 2012 ASCAP/SEAMUS Commission Competition at the annual SEAMUS Conference at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The winning piece was Fractus I, composed in 2010, performed at the conference by Marshall P. Yoes. Between April 18th and 20th, I’ll be traveling to the Twin Cities for the 2013 SEAMUS Conference with a new electroacoustic piece written for trombonist Steve Parker.

In late May, you’ll be able to find me at the University of Colorado at Boulder for the 2013 SuperCollider Conference, where I’ll be doing a live mashup set with the Mashup Machine. I’m hoping to roll out with a new and improved version before then.

I’ve also just applied to the Electronic Music Midwest Festival in Kansas City with Fractus III, so we’ll see what happens there.