David's compositions include acousmatic music, electroacoustic music with live performance, interactive computer music, video, and dance. His work has been performed throughout North and Central America, and in Europe, at festivals and conferences including Bourges Festival Synthèse (IMEB), Ecuentros de Esquina Musica Electroacoustica, Florida Electroacoustic Music Fesitival, Holophon.ca., ICMC, IMMArts, LaTex Festival, Morely Gallery, Oklahoma Composers Association, SEAMUS, RTVE.es, and Zeppelin Festival.
He has curated new music concerts, and presented papers and lectures on musical aesthetics, sound design, electroacoustic music, and spatialization at the OK Electric Music Festival and New Genre Music Festival (Tulsa, OK), and the International Jean Gebser International Society Conference (NYU, Rice). He has recieved awards from ASCAP, Bourges, the Greater Denton Arts Council, and the Fresh Minds Festival.
David earned a DMA in music composition with a specialization in computer music and intermedia from the University of North Texas, and Bachelor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees from the University of Oklahoma.
David has more than twenty years of professional experience in music production, in such diverse roles as educator, engineer, producer, composer, songwriter, and musician. Projects range from studio design and installation, live concert sound and recording, and studio engineering and production. He has produced, recorded, edited, mixed, and mastered projects ranging from classical performance, popular music, electro-acoustic and computer music, live interactive music, and intermedia artwork, and composed music and sound for radio, independent film, and video.