Education

PhD in Music Student
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2015 – 2018)

MA Creative Music Technology for Media
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2009 – 2013)

Subjects studied including: programming, marketing music, perspectives of sonic art practice, …

BA (Hons) Creative Music Technology
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2006 – 2009)

Important modules involved: audio programming with SuperCollider and Max/MSP, audio production in Logic for film and acousmatic music, studio practice and recording.

Cultural Organiser, Community Organisation and Advocacy
@ Eötvös József College, Pedagogical Faculty, Hungary (2000 – 2004)

Skills acquired: pedagogic skills, organising events, critical thinking, social skills, cultural awareness, data analysis.

PTLLS, Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
@ Cambridge Regional College (2011)

CELTA,  Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults
@ Cambridge Regional College (2011)

Employment

Visiting Lecturer of Music for the Moving Image
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (09/2016 – 01/2017)

Research Assistant
@ Cultures of the Digital Economies, ARU, Cambridge (04/2016 – present)

Maintaining project website, online surveys, databases, creating video reports on audio games, …

0.2 Music Technical Officer
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (03/2015 – present)

Maintaining the music, computer, audio resources and other physical resources in the department. I provide technical support to students and staff and troubleshoot and resolve technical issues. I update software in OSX and do live sound and studio engineering with a variety of hardware and software.

Visiting Lecturer of Computer Programming for Musical Applications
@ University of Bedfordshire, Luton (10/2014 – 05/2015)

SuperCollider programming with audio synthesis and sampling
Covered material: SuperCollider language; SuperCollider architecture; Basics of Object Orientated Programming (OOP); Audio synthesis and sampling; Sequencing with Routines, Clocks, Patterns; Interfacing with HID, Arduino and high-end DAW e.g. Logic X; outline

Visiting Lecturer of Creative Music Technology
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (09/2014 – 01/2015)

Sensor technology for making music.
Covered material: Arduino with various sensors, Kinect, Leap, Brain Computer Interfacing with IBVA and Neurosky and programming with C, smalltalk, Max/MSP and processing. outline

Freelance Creative Technologist
@ Tedor – multimedia solutions, Cambridge (2013 – Present)

1) Composer and sound designer for various media such as theatre plays, games and films – with Logic, SuperCollider and Max.
2) Web designer and developer with WordPress, Bootstrap and Adobe Photoshop.
3) Video producer – with Adobe Premier and Final Cut Studio.
4) Software designer, programmer – developing audio software.

Visiting Lecturer of Creative Music Technology
@ Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2011 – 2012)

I taught final year students in ‘Creative Music Technology’. The module involves introduction to Arduino [C] and its use with audio software environments such as SuperCollider [smalltalk], Max/MSP, as well as Open Sound Control and Processing [JAVA] for visual programming.

Demonstrations of student works and outline for the module can be found here.

Assistant Manager and Art Events Organiser and Chef
@ CB1 Internet Cafe, Cambridge, (2011 – 2014)

Besides general manager duties, I focused on organising and developing the venues art life:

Managing Cambridge’s most artistic internet cafe, I organised musical events [experimental electronica, hip-hop, acoustic, …] and visual art exhibitions, besides developing websites as well as maintaining excellent catering. More here: http://cb1art.co.uk

Radio Engineer and Production Assistant
@ John Levine’s ‘Happy and Health Hour’ Radio Show, Cambridge (2008 – 2009)

As a radio engineer I set up and operated radio broadcast equipment and as a production assistant I helped prepare John’s radio shows.