Update 03/07/2017

Update on projects I am working on:

  • Sound art installation for the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
  • An interdisciplinary performance with Mandurah locals
  • Sound art installation for the Regional Arts Summit in October held at MPAC, and the 2018 Stretch Arts Festival. I will be working with David Carson, Justin Wiggan, Heloise Lorimer, and the Mandurah public
  • A sci-fi short film with Bevan Hewett
  • Instrument building: talkbox, lujon
  • Graphic score for vocalists



  • New music with visuals
  • A documentary

More grid art


tilde~ rehearsing and getting ready for the show.



Æsthēsɪs – tilde~

Engage all of your senses in a multi-disciplinary performance. Mixed live and set against the beautiful visuals of nature, experience the musical ambience that can be created by electroacoustic instruments and a laptop.

A conceptual collection of six pieces of ambient music set to beautiful visuals, in order to create an experience stimulating multiple senses. The tracks are created using laptop and the input from electroacoustic instruments. Due to the nature of the random number generators used in the processing in each patch, no two performances will be the same.

The layered works of the visualist Lillevan have been extremely influential to the concept of the imagery of Æsthēsɪs. Similarly to his work, there are a lot of juxtapositions between the natural and digital worlds present in both the music and visuals.

Three Rivers brewery will be offering a unique and limited edition beer on the night.

Come and experience this performance with all of your senses.

WHEN:     Saturday, 21 May 7:30pm – 9:30pm

WHERE:  Make Place, 17/38 Mandurah Terrace

Tickets from Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sthess-tickets-25279352223

Article in The Mandurah Mail

The Mandurah Mail wrote an article on the workshops that Rhys hosted in April, and the upcoming multi-disciplinary performance in May. These are all a part of Mandurah’s Stretch Art Festival, and an effort to broaden the spectrum of art in the Peel Region.


Mandurah Mail article.

Capture from Arena 5

Capture from Arena 5

Live-Coding Max Patch

Here is a messy patch of the Live-Coding I did at the Mandurah Stretch Festival on Saturday the 2nd of May 2015. Some external objects were used in this patch that can be found at the following sites:




Link to a Cycling ’74 post with a copy of the patch here.