I'm presently pursuing a PhD in music theory at Yale University. I have a wide array of theoretical interests, often stemming from my own activity as a composer and improviser, but for the time being I have whittled them down to focus upon the computational analysis of music. My dissertation project, currently in its earliest stages, will apply deep learning to the analysis of dissonance treatment.

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Modality and Alternative Functional Harmony in Diatonic and Non-diatonic Scales

Master's thesis, McGill University, 2018

Modality as the Negative Image of Tonality in Fauré’s Piano Trio, op. 120

Society for Music Theory, 2018


The Insufficiently Stimulated Ear: A Corpus Study of Dissonance Treatment from DuFay to Victoria


Charles Koechlin, Traité de l’harmonie