Category: Blog

Slant of Light Recording

Hey everyone!  After a fine performance by Sospiro, Eugene’s contemporary vocal chamber ensemble, I have a recording of my latest piece, Slant of Light.  The lyrics to the piece can be found here. [haiku url=”http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15375722/slant%20of%20light.mp3″ title=”slant of light”] Give it a listen, and let me know what you all think! Read more →

03/10/10

Do you like singing?  Do you like harmonicas?  Do you like Emily Dickinson?  How about singers singing the poetry of Emily Dickinson AND playing harmonicas?  Sospiro, the Choral New Music Ensemble in Eugene, OR, is premiering my piece, Slant of Light in March.  Details are below. See you there! Read more →

Well folks…

…here it is: the new logo, along with a much-needed touch of color!  Thanks once again to Jen Moore of Aries Designs for creating this for me! Next step is to recruit my friend, Amanda L. Smith, to get some awesome photographs… What do you think, blog readers?  Give me your feedback! Read more →

Logo Commission, part 2

I’m very excited to reveal the next couple sets of logos for my website that Jen Moore of Aries Designs has created for me! After looking at the first set of logos, I told Jen that I love the blue-grey color she was using for the main lettering, and to keep exploring colors to go with that.  I asked if… Read more →

The Interview Project: Brandon Scott Rumsey, Composer

[The following post is the first installment of my Interview Project.  If you would like to be a part of this project, feel free to contact me.  Be prepared with a way to present your media to me somehow, through a website or other means.  There are absolutely no restrictions as to media or aesthetic.] Brandon Rumsey, Composer Brandon’s interest… Read more →

So, I’ve realized…

…that despite my best efforts to come up with a suitable logo for my website, I don’t have nearly enough skills in design to create anything that doesn’t scream, “Awww…he did it all by himself!” My good friend Amanda has been telling me to seek the help of hers for a while now, but I’ve been too proud to, until… Read more →