For anyone who would like to know:
Day gig: I work as a programmer and analyst in Baltimore, Maryland, US on large-scale IT projects.
Free-time substitute: I am working part-time on a Ph.D. by research at the University of Durham, England. Member of the ICAD community. If you are, too, then you most likely met me at ICAD 2006 and ICAD 2007. I presented a paper at ICAD 2007 on sonification of software slices. I used CSound in that research, and I continue using it for my current Ph.D. research. My advisor is Keith Gallagher.
Other academics: Master's degree in composition from CCM at the University of Cincinnati. Master's degree in computer science from Loyola College in Maryland. Bachelor of Music from University of Maryland.
Instruments: piano (highly skilled), theremin (moderately skilled), and violin (not very skilled at all).
CSound-family experience: Using CSound heavily for current project. Back in 1983, I ported MUSIC11 (if I recall correctly) to the VAX for use by the Peabody Conservatory and Colgate University. Back in grad school in 1979 I labored with MUSIC4BF on punch cards!
Web site: I have something of a web site at http://mysite.verizon.net/vze8b1hf/