Endless Present for Wind Octet 
From Afar for Two Violins 
of unfamiliar stillness for Soprano, Two Clarinets, Viola, Cello and Double Bass
Veils for SSAATTBB Choir 
Secret Melody for Solo Piano 
Fracture for Symphony Orchestra [2013/14]
Ribbons of Rust – A live tape and synth improvisation 
Infinite Regress 
Music: Timothy Tate
Choreography: Anna Noonan
Performed by three dancers and two live percussionists, ‘Infinite Regress’ is a collaborative work by choreographer Anna Noonan and composer Timothy Tate. Drawing from a distilled palate of sounds and movement, this atmospheric piece journeys through a terrain of shifting patterns and scales. Noonan and Tate have sought to define a narrative that is both visceral and delicate in nature; A world that lies on the edge of perception.
Endless Present 
Endless Present took place on 09.09.16 at the Royal Academy of Music. It was an event showcasing my own compositions and artworks, three of which were paired, sharing and communicating a central concept. A live deconstruction tape loop, inspired by the inherent generation loss in magnetic audio tape, took place during the course of the evening and provides the audio for this video.
Filming: Robb Gough and Alisha Ahmed
Editing: Robb Gough
Musique concrete anomalies for
tape machines, contact microphones, analogue synthesisers, violas and microphones. 2010
Projections: Timothy Tate, Sound: Cured Pink // Live at Ten10, Brisbane.
June 24, 2011. Footage shot and edited by Nick Rowan // Audio Recorded by Adam Rogers