List of works
The Vexed Sea, 2012 (4')
1011, 0000, piano, strings (22221-66442)
Dances for Hanishka, 3 dances and memory for orchestra, 2009 (11')
2222, 2110, piano, strings (66443)
Chaconne for 8 winds and percussion, 2008 (7')
oboe, cor anglais, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, horn, trumpet, percussion
Kaleidochimera (concerto for saxophone and orchestra), 2004 (25')
2222, 4231, timpani, solo alto sax = soprano sax, strings
Serenata, 2012 (5')
alto flute, guitar, violin, cello
Ground, 2012 (6')
marimba, harp, piano
Distraction, 2012 (8')
alto flute = piccolo, clarinet = bass clarinet, horn, violin, viola, cello
Four Nocturnes, 2010 (9')
Commissioned by the Elias Fawcett Trust and first performed by the Halcyon Quartet in May 2010.
Great Spotted Woodpecker, 2009 (3'30")
voice & piano
Brushstrokes, a variation on Howard Skempton's Primary Colours, 2008 (1')
piano 4 hands
Commissioned and published by ABRSM in Spectrum for Piano Duet, 2012.
Étude No.1 for piano, 2008 (4') (♫ Recordings)
Issa's animals, 2008 (5')
voice & piano
Windy War, 2008 (3')
tenor & piano
Scintilla, 2006 (1')
from the logbooks of functionless automata, 2005 (5'30")
piccolo, soprano sax, violin, piano db. harpsichord
Episodes, 2005 (5')
clarinet & piano
Winning entry in The Guardian/BBC Proms Young Composer of the Year 2005, and performed by Endymion in 2005. First performed by Michael Grant and James Long.
Catalogue, 2004 (2')
Chase, 2004 (3'30")
flute, violin, cello, piano
Vigilate, 2012 (4')
Commissioned by The Master and Fellows of St John's College, Cambridge and first performed by Andrew Nethsingha and the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge in November 2012.
sicut aquilae, 2011 (7') (♫ Recordings)
SATB, trumpet, organ
Commissioned by The Master and Fellows of St John's College, Cambridge and first performed by Andrew Nethsingha and the Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge in May 2011.
Get Wisdom, 2010 (3')
Commissioned by Choir & Organ Magazine and first performed by Andrew Nethsingha and the Choir of St John's College, Cambridge in February 2010.