LARGE ENSEMBLE MUSIC
Sigil III: Nibiru for chamber orchestra and live-generated electronics (2019), 13'
Hydra for orchestra (2016), 10'
Score to The Dead Awake for chamber orchestra (2015), 8', co-composers: Julián Brijaldo, Moses Conrad, director: Erick Lorinc
CHAMBER AND SOLO MUSIC
Zoetrope for telematic quartet (clarinet, percussion, violin, cello) and live electronics (2020), 9'
Sigil IIa: To Be Left Alone for saxophone quartet and fixed media (2020), 5'30"
Sigil IV: Flak Machine for three guitar hero controllers and live-generated electronics (2020), 9'
Sigil Ia: Toccata for piano and live electronics (2019), 5'
Sigil II: Amistad for alto saxophone and live electronics (2019), 9'
AGBA for cello and live electronics (2017), 7'
Requiem Vitae for soprano, guitar, and live-electronics (2017), 35'
Clickbait for piano and vibraphone (2017), 5'
Concentric Dances for mandolin, cello, and toy piano (2016), 7'
Spanish Moss for timpani (2016), 1'
A God-Awful Small Affair for flute, (2016), 3'30"
Blowing Smoke for bass flute and live electronics (2016), 8'
Kitsune Ken for dance, flute/piccolo, soprano saxophone, percussion, piano, guitar, and cello (2016), 6', choreographer: Elizabeth Homick
Booda, Beeda, Badaboo for clarinet (2015), 4'
Iguanadon for horn (2014), 4'
Consus: An Exploration of Planet and Identity for video, actors, soprano saxophone, electric bass, and fixed media (2014), 41', videographer: Elizabeth Howe
Loose Cannon for trombone(2013), 4'
Sad Iron for string quartet (2012), 5'
The Book of Lies for violin (2011-present)
Diminished Fifth Diddley in No Particular Key for cello (2010), 3'30"
The Hanging Stranger opera for fixed media (2021), 34', librettists: Lena Barnard and Sam Mayer
Sigil I for disklavier (2018-19), 9'
FEMEVizcayaSC for live generated electronics (2018), 12'
Etude Nocturne for fixed media (2017), 8'
FEMEVizcayav2.0 for laptop and ensemble (2016), 10-20'
FEMEVizcayav1.0 for laptop ensemble (2015), 5-20'
Incommodius for dance and fixed media (2014), 4'30", choreographer: Katherine Schneller
Eaten Alive! for dance and fixed media (2013), 4', choreographer: Desmond Hayes