My compositional research focusses on interdisciplinary collaboration between musicians and scientists. I am currently a doctoral reseacher at PRiSM (Practice & Research in Science & Music) based at the Royal Northern College of Music, where I am researching frameworks for the incorporation of artificial intelligence technology into the creative process.
My PhD is in association with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the North-West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership.
Recent research projects
Articles & interviews
Alter - An Ensemble Work Composed with and about AI
Digital Music Research Network Proceedings 2019
Recent & upcoming talks
Artificial Intelligence as Creative Agent in the Compositional Process at the 57th Royal Musical Association Annual Conference, Newcastle University. 14-16/09/21
Presenting on my work at New Music Gathering, Augsburg University, Minneaopolis, Minnesota. 12-18/08/21.
Presenting on my work at the Alan Turing Institute, AI&ARTS Webinar Series. 25/06/21
Artificial Intelligence and the Orchestra at 'Towards 2040: Creating Classical Music Futures', Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music. 22/04/21
Alter (2019) presented as part of the Machine Creativity Showcase, NeurIPS Conference, Vancouver. December 2020.
Alter (2019) presented as part of the 2020 Conference on AI Music Creativity, KTH, Stockholm. 18-23/10/20
Three Entistatios (2019) presented as part of BBC Blue Room Sounds Amazing Conference 2020.