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Work

The World of the Wampanoag


Over the past month or so, I’ve been working away on the original score for a two-episode podcast series, produced by Ben Franklin’s World and the Omohundro Institute, entitled, “The World of the Wampanoag.”

Salem Film Fest Q&As


The Salem Film Fest is entering its last week—running through July 30th! As a member of the festival's screening committee, I can report firsthand that this year's collection includes some truly amazing entries. In addition to screening films, I was super lucky to get to moderate a coupl[...]

Comusica


I’m super psyched to be a part of the team that put together Comusica—the centerpiece event of MIT’s online commencement this year. Conceived by Eran Egozy, Comusica is a track which “features the voices of more than 800 MIT class of 2020 graduates and alumni, stitched together into one o[...]

AI and Me and You and The Beatles


On May 7th, I received an email from my friend, Ryan Walsh asking me if I had any thoughts on this article for a piece he was writing for Stereogum. The good news was that I definitely had thoughts; the bad new was that I had ten-jillion of them, which, of course, is just too many thoughts for a [...]

Music Workshop for Non-Musicians


On June 6th, I’ll again be presenting my workshop, Music Literacy for Content Creators. I tried, but I can't say it better than I said it last time: The class takes a deep dive into the constituent elements of music (with a ton of listening and discussion), demystifies the business side of[...]

Music Workshop for Non-Musicians


On April 25th, I’ll be teaching/hosting an intimate online workshop and discussion entitled Music Literacy for Content Creators.

Drawing on Music


I’m looking forward to [virtually] heading into Maya Erdelyi‘s class at Tufts University’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts this Thursday morning to chat to her animation students about music, working with a composer, and how to think about adding music to their projects!

Deep Tech


My company, Titlecard Music, had an awesome time putting together the theme music for “Deep Tech,” the new podcast from MIT’s Technology Review.

Amped for AMP!

in Blog, Work

Boston University’s College of Communication is hosting its annual Academy of Media Production (AMP) this month.