I’m interested in the ways different art forms—specifically music, poetry, and visual art—intersect and intertwine. An avenue I’ve found useful for this inquiry is digital scholarship, which has an added benefit of accessibility. As such, you may find links to my some of my digital projects below.
Scaleless Voices (2022)
An open-source Python program that ingests a text and returns a musical score according to the present vowel formants, as outlined by D.C. Miller’s 1916 study of vowel formants and their frequencies. You will find a library including the text, computed score, musical performance, readings, and spectrograms for the example text, e.e. cummings’ “Amores (IV).” In addition, the Github repository and acknowledgements are also available.
An interactive poem I wrote using Twine for my final English seminar at Davidson College.