Compositions - Year


Where Waters Meet. 2019. SSAATTBB (18:00) Premiere by the Canadian Chamber Choir


Every Freeze is Different. 2018. Flexible instrumentation, 9 parts (8:00) Premiered by the Problematic Orchestra in Whitehorse, Yukon. Commissioned by the Longest Night Society. December 2018 

Foxy Fox’s Musical Games. 2018. Arrangements available for Violin and Piano, Viola and Piano, Cello and Piano (10:00) Commissioned by the Eckhardt-Gramatée Competition

Yenene Yati /Arnat Oqaussiit / Women’s Words. 2018. Directed by Micheline Chevrier. Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories


Bend, Willow Branch. 2017. Clarinet, cello, violin (4:00) Commissioned by Classics On Stage Yellowknife. Premiered June 2017 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Blood Echo. 2017. (3:00) Chamber orchestra

The Breathing Hole. 2017. Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario. Directed by Reneltta Arluk

Frost under Fire. 2017. Piano and cello (15:00) Premiered June 2017 by the Cheng2 Duo in Ottawa, Ontario

In the Merry Month. 2016. SATB and piano (4:00) Premiere by Aurora Chorealis in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories in April 2016. Repeat performance in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories in April 2017

Songs of the Invisible Summer Stars. 2017. Flute, oboe, horn, and string quartet (20:00)

What Happens When We Move. 2017. Wind Quintet (10:00) Commissioned by Fifth Wind, Canada 150. Premiere Sept 2018 by Choros in Montreal, Quebec


Come Fall. 2016. Aidan Cartwright, stop motion animation

Magnetic North. 2016. Violin and piano (6:45)

Silver Lining. 2016. Electroacoustic - for dance - premiered at ArtArctica Festival in Helsinki, Finland. Composition for contemporary dance Sinking/Floating

Sky Eyes. 2016. Soprano and piano trio (4:00) Premiered by the Gryphon Trio and Patricia O’Callaghan in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, December 2016. Repeat Performances in Inuvik, Fort Smith, and Fort Providence, Northwest Territories

Threads of Memory. 2016. Solo piano - for dance - premiered by the Yellowknife Dance Collective in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories


The Ice Seasons. 2015. SSAATB (30:00) 2 Violins, 2 Violas, 2 Cellos and Soundfiles. Premiered by Spiritus Chamber Choir, Calgary AB, March 2017. Repeat performance March 26 2017 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

The Rest of Night. 2015 (8:00) Clarinet and contrabass. Premiered by GroundSwell in Winnipeg, Manitoba in December, 2015

Wide Quietness. 2015. Electroacoustic work Inopa Naipo included in a new media poem about swimming pools by Pierre Tremblay


The Bedrock Cycles. 2014. Piano trio (6:00)

Candle Ice. 2014. Piano trio and electroacoustic track (10:00 mins)

The Character of Two. 2014. Saxophone and Percussion - for dance - premiered at Mainstage, University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta

Lake Skin. 2014. SSAATTBB and solo soprano (5:30) Premiered by the Elmer Isler Singers 2014

The Light Thief. 2014. Voice and Electroacoustics (3:00) Premiered at Northern Scene, Ottawa 2012 in connection with the National Arts Centre. Alberta Premiere May 2014, University of Calgary. Finland Premiere at ArtArctica Festival in Helsinki, Finland in February, 2016

Parhelia. 2014. (6:15) Orchestra ( perc. (2.), str. (

Solstice Shadows. 2014. SATB and piano (6:00) Premiered by the Whitehorse Community Choir, 2014

Winter Lullaby. 2014. Soprano and Piano (4:00) Premiered by Jennifer Humphries Micaleff and Linda Wong at the University of Calgary New Music Festival in Calgary, Alberta in January, 2014. Performed again at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario and Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia


Chasing Ninth. 2013. Composer, performer, recording technician for music in a 90-minute documentary of a bicycle race across America

First Frost. 2013. Piano trio (5:00) Premiered by the Gryphon Trio in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, January 2013

Inside Out. 2013. Yellowknife Dance Collective. Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Mad Trapper of Rat River. 2013. Piano, voice, saxophone, drums, guitar - for interdisciplinary theatre. Premiered by the Borderless Art Movement. at the Atlin Arts and Music Festival in Atlin, British Columbia in July 2013. Second performance at Folk on the Rocks Music Festival in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories in July 2013

The Raven Conspiracy. 2013. String quartet (10:00)

Sedna: Goddess of the Sea. 2013. Table D’hôte Theatre.  Premiere at the Segal Centre in Montreal, Quebec

Tundra Cowboy. 2013. Composer, performer, recording technician for the music for a 17-minute documentary of a reindeer herder in Inuvik, Northwest Territories


La Terre Attend. 2012. SATB, flute, violin, cello (3:40) Commissioned by Yellowknife Choral Society and Classics On Stage Yellowknife, premiered November 2012 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Sedna. 2012. 4 female voices, clarinet, flute, percussion, cello and electroacoustics - for interdisciplinary theatre. 45-minute production of electroacoustics, live performers, spoken word, live painting and dance of the Inuit legend of the sea goddess Sedna. Supported by the NWT Arts Council, and the Borderless Art Movement!, premiered Yellowknife, Northwest Territories in March 2012


The Odd Couple. 2011. Director Michelle Letourneau. Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories


End of the Road. 2010. (4:00) Commissioned by the Northwest Territories Performing Collective to compose, arrange and direct the finale of the NWT Showcase performed at a medal ceremony and several large venues at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia

In a Grand Pre Garden. 2010. Soprano and clarinet (4:00) Commissioned by the Canadian Music Centre. Premiered at the Acadia University Shattering the Silence New Music Festival 2010

My Brother’s Keeper. 2010. Director Heather Ross. Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Song for the Dead. 2010. Composer, performer, recording technician for the music for a 15-minute short film 

Sparrows. 2010. SATB (4:30) Written for the Yellowknife Choral Society, premiered 2010


Splitting Wood. 2009. Solo Marimba. (6:00) Premiered by Anthony Savidge, Wolfville NS, March 2005

Yellowknife Soundscape. 2009. Electroacoustic track (5 mins)