Bridging the gap between art and science

Ongoing Projects

Podcast

How has organized sound (music) become so meaningful and important to us? This project aims to explore the differences between active and subconscious listening by investigating musical evolution and our aural environment through local interviews, sound mapping, field recordings, and historical discussions. This project is always looking for new subjects and interviewees. Follow the link to find out how you can contribute!

Research

Why are some frequency ranges so congested while others are left barren? What acoustic properties of natural ecosystems are integral to its survival? Through direct comparison with recordings from more urban and disturbed environments, I’m listening in to discover how human noise pollution is affecting sensitive habitats and what we can do to prevent negative consequences.

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Animal Bioacoustics Library

Sound Library

A library of sound recordings taken from my personal collection of individual species. Listen to and learn the sounds of mammals, birds, amphibians, insects, and more.

Available January 2020.

Natural Sound Resources

An informational catalog showcasing resources that highlight topics related to natural sound.