Greg is an artist, musician, and educator specialising in experimental music and technical audio, currently based in London, U.K.
He is driven by process, improvisation, and collaboration. His artistic works utilise chance, texture, and duration to explore ideas of perception, emergence, and intent.
He has performed solo and in ensembles internationally, at venues ranging from the Royal Albert Hall and Roundhouse to Disneyland Paris. Greg has undertaken international residencies with artists including Terry Riley, Phill Niblock, Visible Cloaks, Kara-Lis Coverdale, Lea Bertucci, Jorge Boehringer, Tim Shaw, and Benny Greb.
Education is a fundamental part of Greg's practice: as well as creating online educational resources for experimental music, he has taught compositional programming at the University of Surrey (Guildford, U.K.). He delivers talks and workshops internationally for leading universities, institutions, and communities, including the Barbican and Audio Developer's Conference, on a diverse range of audio-focused topics from interactive music and sound design for video games to sound synthesis and performance techniques. He is also published in Patch & Tweak, a popular book exploring modular synthesis. As part of Drum Works, an artistic associate of the Barbican, Greg delivers group composition and drum workshops to empower young people.