I Received my PhD from UC Riverside in December of 2010.
My dissertation, Stations, is available on request or
at the UCR library. My topics of study included the
theatrical and musical motivations of Stephen Sondheim, the
writings and works of Arthur Farwell, and computer music
programming using the ChucK programming language.
I received my M.A. in Music Composition in May of 2009. My
thesis was in two parts: an analysis of Berio's Sequenza V
for Trombone, and a cantata for 15 instruments titled
Each to Each: Cantata for Prufrock.
I received my B.A. in Global Arts from CSU San Marcos, where I
studied with Dr. William Bradbury.
Awards, Grants, and Fellowships
Grand Prize Winner- Christ the King Songwriting Competition
Grand Prize Winner- Sul Ross Wind Band Commission- 2013
Culver Center Fellowship- 2010
Friends of Music Scholarship- 2009
MCS Teaching Fellowship- 2009
MACRO Composition Competition Winner- 2000
see the full list on my cv...