Here you can find information pertaining to my current and past research as well
as my live sound and musical endeavors. I have developed two software toolboxes,
available to download as open source projects: the FDTD Simulation Toolbox and the
Virtual Bass Toolbox.
I earned an M.Sc. with Distinction in Acoustics and Music Technology from the University
of Edinburgh. Prior to my time in Edinburgh, I completed a B.S. in Electrical Engineering
from Miami University where I developed a real-time tracking system of horses during
equestrian training. While attending Miami I served as the Chief Engineer of the
university radio station, WMSR.
I spend my free time working professionally as a live sound engineer for Gand Concert
Sound. In the little time that isn’t consumed by research and live sound, I enjoy
playing music (guitar, bass, drums, piano) and exploring the great outdoors (rock
climbing, kayaking, hiking, camping).