Composing involves listening to the world around you. What are the rhythms connecting my body with the outside world? I hear them in beautiful little details like the hum of the fridge or the noise of the record just before the song starts. I am interested in hybrid electronic and acoustic instruments that I use to manipulate these found sounds, and in physical ways to perform electronic music live: with light sensors, touch, gesture or brainwaves.
My work is often interdisciplinary, I collaborate a lot with other artists. I have worked internationally with dancers, choreographers, light designers and filmmakers, like choreographers Kenzo Kusuda, Martin Butler, Roser Lopez Espinosa, Pere Gay I Faura and with the Guangdong Modern Dance Company from China. I have performed throughout Europe, in China, South Korea, the United States and Venezuela. I have worked with choreographer / visual artist Luis Lara Malvacias in Danspace/St. Marks Church, Dance Theatre Workshop and The Kitchen in New York. My work has been presented at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, and in 2011 I was a guest composer at the University of North Texas. I am also active as curator and member of composers collective Monoták.