I have always been fascinated by sound
and, perhaps without knowing it, by sonic phenomena. I discovered sonic interference as a youngster when I found it fun to sing along with the sound of a vacuum cleaner, and, by choosing a pitch slightly above or below it, “feel” how the tone met resistance. Different sonic phenomena are something I investigate in my site-specific pieces. I also aim for the composition to be the room: be fully integrated with it and express its essential character; the room should manifest itself in the music. The compositions are dependent on the particular space for their authentic soundscape, which is generated through a unique interplay that gives an extra dimension and level of expression, and which can only be found there, in that setting.