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Hello Princeton Faculty!

Welcome to my portfolio! Below you'll find a collection of some of my recent pieces, each with suggested excerpts that will give you a taste of each piece. If you'd like to listen further, the full recording is also provided.

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Infinite Juke (2022)

for piano quartet

duration: c. 8' 00"

I. jukethrob
II. jukepulse (& juke)ing shrieks
III. It's Snowing isn't that Perfectly Wonderful

click here for the score 


inspired by the e.e. cummings poem ("infinite jukethrob smoke...")


The Room Series (2020-2021)

combined duration: c. 28' 00"


The Room Series is a collection of pieces for solo instrument and fixed electronics. While the pieces can all be performed seperately, they were designed as different parts of the same concept, each one akin to different roles in the same play. The electronic tracks are all comprised from the same source: samples of sounds made by objects found in my bedroom. Each part of the series is as a duet between the instrument and the room (electronics), illustrating the different effects that isolation can have on our relationship with our surroundings.

click here for the combined score

full recordings:

Part 1. A Negative Space for trombone and electronics



Part 2. Made From Broken Mockingbirds for marimba and electronics *includes my own text




Part 3. Four Blurred Walls for bassoon and electronics




Part 4. You Were the Window for contrabass and electronics

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Bathroom of Apathy (2021)

for dancer, cello, and electronics

duration: c. 12'00"

I. before apathy

II. between apathy

III. apathy

click here for the score


a composed theater piece inspired by the poem The House by Warsan Shire, particularly the first stanza:


"Mother says there are locked rooms inside all women; kitchen of lust,

bedroom of grief, bathroom of apathy.

Sometimes the men - they come with keys,

and sometimes, the men - they come with hammers."

This is the full video- excerpts are below
*clip 5 contains an example of my own text

BoA Excerpts
BoA Clip 1
BoA Clip 2
BoA clip 3
BoA clip 4

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milk tooth (2022)

for string quartet (also playing toy percussion)

duration c. 22'30"

I. summer air

II. strawberry stains

III. deciduous

IV. empty glass bottles 

click here for the score


Milk teeth, also known as a deciduous teeth, are the teeth that we loose as children. This piece was inspired by nostalgia for childhood, the pain of growing, and this poem by Keaton St. James. 

Extra Credit Listening

Here are a couple more excerpts in case you have time!

Lattice (2021)

For sinfonietta and video

duration: c. 2' 30" 

*this piece is not excerpted because of its already short duration

click here for the score

video by Maria Constanza Ferreira 

(used with permission)

Bombshell (2022)

For string octet and pre-recorded electronics

duration: c. 12' 30" 

click here for the score 


​Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000), often referred to as “the most beautiful woman in film”, was one of the most popular actresses of the 1940s and 50s. Few are aware however, that though she received no formal training, she was also an inventor.  Among her inventions was a radio guidance system for American torpedoes that used spread spectrum and frequency hopping technologies in order to avoid being jammed by enemy frequencies.

The electronic track in this piece is made up entirely of clips of a 1969 interview of Hedy Lamarr on the Merv Griffin show alongside Woody Allen, Leslie Uggams and Moms Mabley.

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Bite Your Tongue (2019)

for orchestra [] and pre-recorded electronics

duration: c. 7' 00"

click here for the score



This poem by Nayyirah Waheed serves as an epitaph:

my whole life

i have

ate my tongue.

ate my tongue.

ate my tongue.

i am so full of my tongue

you would think speaking is easy. but it is not.

--- for we who keep our lives in our mouths

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Thanks for listening!

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