"The Blue Gum Forest" (for a cappella SATB choir and bass baritone) was commissioned in 2009 for the 60th Australian Intervarsity Choral Festival, Hobart, Tasmania.
Premiered by The Australian Voices, this setting of Michael J. Smith's poem depicts colourful butterflies fluttering to the ocean from mountains, valleys, hills and plains.
This score was commissioned by Concordis Chamber Choir (VIC). It is a setting of a poem of Nicolette Stasko, after the painting of the same name by Frieda Kahlo.
"If Christ had been born in another time..." is an energetic Australian Christmas carol commissioned by Oriana Chorale, ACT, Australia. It is scored for a cappella SATB choir.
Scored for SATB choir, this setting of James McAuley's poem 'Nativity', depicts the birth of light in an extraordinary world of dewdrops, spider webs and tender snails' horns.
Set to poetry of Judith Wright, this piece invites us to listen to the voice of stillness, moss and rain amidst the green glow of a timeless forest where "all is one and one is all".
"Midnight Mass" was commissioned by Father Arthur Bridge for premiere in 2007 at St Patrick's Church, Blacktown, NSW. The Mass setting includes some traditional carols.
A setting of Judith Wright's extraordinary poem, "Night", commissioned by the Handbell Society of Australasia for the 12th International Handbell Symposium, Brisbane, QLD.
Luke Davies' poem, 'Dew', inspired me with its depiction of natural phenomena, flora and fauna, and with its allusion to the realm of sci-fi.
"Huge Earth" is big music about the awe-inspiring magnitude of the Earth, "bigger than we can possibly imagine, held together as if by string or magic". Text by Luke Davies.