I live and work in Providence, RI. My work uses sound, images, and objects to highlight the stakes of when and how one listens. My sound work employs amplification, attenuation, filtration, and resonance as strategies to affect listeners’ receptivity and antagonism to different histories. I also work in the tradition of landscape painting, which cultivates particular ways of seeing and living with place. Recent paintings address the romantic American visual regime.
I offer a variety of professional audio services, with a speciality in location sound recording and mastering. I can edit sound for video and video for sound, and make programs for you in Max/MSP. I have worked on projects for Ei Arakawa-Nash, Lorel Easterbrooks, Vazira Zamindar, and others.