A 2-screen video/sound artistic work inspired by the scientific exploration of the Higg’s Boson. Collaboration with artist Jo Wonder, presented at Guildford Cathedral 17 Oct 2007
The God Particle
Opening & ending music to the Surrey Debate on Science & Religion presented at Guildford Cathedral 17 Oct 2007
Koshino Fashion Show: Shanghai, China.
Original compositions & music editing for the Hiroko Koshino Autumn Collection. Including original Brian Eno material. Performed in Shanghai, China 25 Sept 2007
Koshino Fashion Show: Tokyo, Japan.
Original compositions & music editing for the Hiroko Koshino Winter Collection with live violinist, Marianne Hayes. Including original Brian Eno material. Tokyo, Japan. 13 Mar 2007
Video Installation featuring stunning images of bacterial colonies by renowned photographer Steve Downer (Blue Planet) Scientific supervision Dr. Simon Park. Music derived from the DNA coding, colour and shape of bacterial colonies. 5-24 Mar 2007 Lewis Elton Gallery Guildford International Music Festival, 1 Sept 2007 Digiville Event Brighton, 23 Nov 2007 York Gate Research Event Royal Academy of Music.
Video Installation Quist Gallery Hunterian Museum Royal College of Surgeons
Jan 30 - May 19 2007 Tues-Sat 10am-5pm
Exhibit of Angela Palmer's Body Imaging Sculptures with sound design by Milton Mermikides
List of Works
COMPOSITIONS (ELECTRONIC, SOLO, CHAMBER, ORCHESTRAL)
Electric Cello composition interweaving musical and spoken language. Performed at The Words on The Wall and Edinburgh Twestival.
Electric Cello composition inspired by Thomas Tallis’s “Spem in Allium”performed 25 April 2008 Greyfriar’s kirk, Edinburgh and 26th March 2009 at Trinity Church, Boston. Album release April 2008 on Coffeeloop records
Electric Cello + Hyperbow. Opening & ending music to the Surrey Debate on Science & Religion presented at Guildford Cathedral 17 Oct 2007, on forthcoming RAM Hyperbow album
Electric Cello & Hyperbow used in the movie “Unstrung” (Sixteen Films)
The Little Orchestra
Set of pieces for solo classical guitar. Premiered in Boston, USA 1995
Solo Piano. Performed at the New England Conservatory of Dance Boston, USA 1996
Electronic work derived from the pattern of the coronal suture of the human skull. Presented at Oxford University (2004), Royal College of Surgeons (2007)
Electronic work derived from the DNA coding, colour & form of bacterial colonies. Presented at University of Surrey (2007), Digiville, Brighton (2007) Royal Academy of Music (2007)
Variations on “Take the A-Train” (Ellington/Strayhorn) for String Quartet, many performances by Solaris Quartet including BBC Radio 3 (‘In Tune’) and Purcell Room, South Bank (2003)
Electronic work derived from the pattern of electromagnetic resonance in a human skull. Presented at Royal Academy of Music (2006)
Electronic work derived from blood results while receiving treatment for leukaemia. Presented at Royal Academy of Music (2006)
I Love A Planet With An Atmosphere
Orchestral work. Berklee College of Music (1995)
Tristan Murail ‘L’Esprit Des Dunes’
Electronic programming of L’Esprit Des Dunes for Messiaen Festival RAM (Macbook Pro) (Feb 2008)
Luigi Nono ‘Omaggio a Gyürgy Kurtág’
Electronic programming of Omaggio for RAM/South Bank Luigi Nono Festival (Macbook Pro) (Oct 2007)
Luigi Nono ‘A Pierre’
Electronic programming of A Pierre for RAM/South Bank Luigi Nono Festival (Macbook Pro) (Oct 2007)
MAX/MSP patch to transform hyperbow data to Midi triggers & continuous data. Used on RAM Hyperbow project.
MAX/MSP patch to interpret the real time freneticism of a live cellist. Used on David Gorton’s 2nd Sonata for Cello
MAX/MSP patch to recreate (audio/midi) many tuning systems, includes an ear training test for professional musicians (2006 presented RAM 2007)
MAX/MSP patch to identify salient features of rhythmic time feel including swing, latency & weighting (2004 presented Unis 2005)
MAX/MSP patch to transform DNA coding into musical compositions. (2005 used in Microcosmos project 2006)
What’s The Point?
MAX/MSP patch to transform colour into musical compositions. (2005 used in Microcosmos project 2006)
Show of Hands
Real time software that transforms guitar performance into various graphic representations including Hexagram, Cycle, GuitarMan & 3D Fretwork. (2006 seen in the movie Unstrung (2008 Sixteen Films))