I recently wrote the music to a movement theatre production performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

I have done sound editing and foley work for film and documentary.

My work in theatre has also included arrangements of musicals, incidental music, an opera, and a musical.

I have worked at Math, Science, and Arts Academy-West in Plaquemine, Louisiana, where I was technical director for the theatre and help teach stagecraft.

Southern Werewolf – A One-Act Opera (in progress)

Libretto by John Patrick Bray: A one-act opera for Soprano and Tenor and large orchestra. Set in the Lafayette, Louisiana. Two would-be lovers on a walk discover their secret alter-egos are not that different from each other…

Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Forum – 2010/11

I made arrangement of this musical for Bonnabel High School in Metairie, Louisiana, under director Lindsey Lanson.

A Evening of Checkhov – 2010

LSU Theatre put on four plays of Anton Chekhov: The Proposal, The Bear, The Celebration, and The Evils of Tobacco. I wrote incidental and accompanying music scored for Clarinet, Cello, Two Marimbas, and Trombone.

The Importance of Being Earnest – 2009

In October of 2009, I wrote music for LSU Threatre’s production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. The music was of haughty and ironic nature, mixing styles of Schubert, Satie and other other contemporary styles.

Promenade – 2009

I was music director for and made the arrangements for LSU theatre’s production of Maria Irene Fornes’ musical Promenade, under theatre director Lindsey Lanson.

[ Article from Baton Rouge paper. ]

Regarding Moore – A Musical (on indefinite hold)

English professor Steven Moore confronts two conflicting forces: his recent literary fame and his relationship with a 19-year-old student.[ Review by the Daily Advertiser in Lafayette ] [ Article on the Hub City Theatre Festival ] [ Gallery of Rehearsal ]