Choral Works:

Devouring Time, Blunt Thou the Lion's Paws - SSATB - 3'30"

Setting of William Shakespeare's Sonnet 19 for mixed voice choir. Performed by The Queen's College Chapel Choir in a concert celebrating musical settings of Shakespeare on 11th June, 2016

Eden is that old-fashioned house - SATB - 6'

Settings of Emily Dickinson poems commissioned by the Arcadian Singers for performance on 17th June 2016

Ubi Caritas et Amor - SATB - 3'30"

Composed 2012, revised March 2016 for performance by The Queen's College Chapel Choir in evensong in June, 2016

Et Vidi Angelum - SATB - 3'

Commissioned by The Queen's College Chapel Choir for their CD Revelation in 2015

Tantum Ergo - SATB - 3'

Commissioned by the Edington Music Festival 2015. Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from the 2015 Edington Festival of Music in the liturgy. Conducted by Jeremy Summerly

Ecce Quam Bonum - SATB - 3'

Winner of the 2105 Matthew Schellhorn Prize for Sacred Music Composition. Performed at St Mary Moorfields on Holy Saturday 2015

Tenebrae Factae Sunt SSAATB - 3'

Commissioned by The Queen's College Chapel Choir, Oxford. A setting of the fifth verse of the Tenebrae responsories performed on 8th March 2015 in Queen's College Chapel

The Oxen - Double choir - 5'

Commissioned by Sansara chamber choir. Performed in Winchester on 3rd and 4th January 2015. Composed December 2014. Setting of Thomas Hardy's poem

Missa Brevis - SATB - 15' 

Commissioned by Will Dawes and the choir of Mary Magdalen, Oxford. Performed on 8th February 2015 and 29th May 2016. Composed November 2014 

I Vow to Thee - SATB - 6'

A setting of the patriotic Cecil Spring Rice poem. Commissioned by Sansara, performed in a concert of remembrance in November 2014. Composed in September 2014

Our Journey Had Advanced - SATB - 3'

A setting of Emily Dickinson's poem. Commissioned by Sansara Chamber Choir, performed in their series of concerts in September 2014. Performed at First Parish, Brookline, MA, under the direction of Keith Kirchoff in 2015

Memorare - SSA soloists and SATB - 5'

A piece composed for Remembrance Sunday 2014, sung by the Queen's College Chapel Choir in evensong (9th November 2014). Composed July 2014 

Bring us, O Lord God - SSAATB - 6'

A setting of the prayer of John Donne. Performed at evensong by The Chapel Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford on 15th June 2014. Composed March 2014

Vigilate - two SSA choirs + chamber organ - 40'

Performed 8th May 2014 by Voces Reginae of The Queen's College, Oxford. Composed December 2013

Lamentations of Jeremiah - SSATB - 10'

Performed by 8 members of The Queen's College Choir, Oxford, at the opening of the Queen's college upper library, 25th January 2014. First public performance given by The Queen's College Choir, Oxford on 8th March 2014. Composed November 2013. Performed by Sansara Chamber Choir under the direction of Jack Butterworth in a concert of music for Passiontide in Merton Chapel, on 19th March, 2016  

Gethsemane - SATB - 10'

A Setting of Annette von Droste Hulshoff's poem of the same title. Workshopped by the BBC Singers in London on 18th April, 2016. Composed May 2013


Instrumental & Vocal Works: 

The Still Midnight - Soprano and Harp - 6'

Settings of poetry by John Keats, commissioned by Helena Moore for performance in the Wren Library of Trinity College, Cambridge in June 2016

Pro/Contra - Solo Piano - 5'

Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn, 2015

Fragmentation Archive - Chamber Ensemble - 10'

Workshopped by Ensemble ISIS in February 2016

Rothschild's Violin - Chamber Opera in One Act - 55'

Commissioned by New College Opera, Oxford, 2015. First performances in Oxford 12th/13th February 2016 

After the Rain - String Orchestra - 10'

Commissioned by the Oxford University String Ensemble. Performances in Oxford in November 2015

Fading Sun - Orchestra - 10'

Commissioned by the Zeitgeist Chamber Orchestra March 2014 under the direction of Sam Poppleton. Composed in July 2014 in Bari, Italy. Workshopped by the Oxford Philomusica in February 2015

The World Flew By - Soprano and Piano - 10'

Composed for Helena Moore, August 2014. A collaboration with Leo Mercer based on Paul Klee's painting "This Twittering World". Performed in the Shulman Auditorium, The Queen's College Oxford, on 31st January 2015 

The Stony Path - Cello and Piano - 20'

Composed for Sarah Gait, April 2014, workshopped at Oxford University Music Faculty March 2015

I felt the sand under my feet - Soprano and Piano - 5'30"

Composed for Caroline Halls, July 2014. A setting of Takahasi Shinkichi's poem Beach Rainbow

Sea and Sky -  Clarinet, Accordion, String trio - 5'

Composed March 2014

The Listeners - Soprano and Piano - 7'40"

Composed December 2013 and workshopped at Oxford University Music Faculty March 2014

The Ticking Clock - Solo Cello - 17'

Composed for and recorded by Sarah Gait, January 2014

Glass Cathedrals - String Orchestra - 7' 

Performed by members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain at Tate Modern, London, as well as Derry and Belfast, August 2013

Onix - Large Ensemble - 6' 

Performed by 32 members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain in the Royal Festival Hall, London, April 2013

Evocation - Ensemble - 5'

Performed by the New Music Ensemble of the JRNCM 2013 and work-shopped by the Manchester Camerata, January 2013

The Samurai - Solo Cello - 11' 

Composed for and Performed by Sarah Gait at the RNCM, June 2012

Song of the Vowels - Solo Piano - 10'

Performed St. George's Hall, Liverpool, 2012

Incidental music and Film work:

Conjure - Piano and Electronics - 15'

Electronic score for 'Conjure', a new play written by Adam Leonard, with a run of shows in Oxford, May 2015

As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams - Strings and Electronics - 50'

Multimedia score for a run of shows in the Burton Taylor studio in Oxford, in March 2015

His Dark Materials part 1 - Voices and Electronics - 26'

Musical score for a theatre adaptation of Philip Pullman's epic trilogy of the same title. Performed in a run of shows at the O'Reilly theatre in Oxford in October 2014. Directed by Madeleine Perham 

His Dark Materials part 2 - Voices and Electronics - 30'

Electronic score for the second instalment of the Pullman trilogy, performed in a run of shows in Trinity Term, 2015 in Oxford

Let Your Hair Down - String Quartet and Electronics - 30'

Music score for the play of the same title written by Christine Foley and directed by Marcus Fender at the Burton Taylor Studio in Oxford. Run of shows in June 2014

The Two Butterflies - Solo Piano - 5'

Independent film by Charlie Granby with music by Marco Galvani. Received an award at the Wirral Film Festival