Steve is a bassist, composer, academic and examiner.
As a performer, Steve works with a wide range of ensembles, with appearances including Ronnie Scott's, the Edinburgh Festival and on HTV (West), Channel 4 and satellite broadcasts to the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe and beyond.
Steve’s music has been performed and broadcast internationally. His CD 'Four Iterative Pieces' was released in 2015, and the American percussion duo Novus Percutere included two of his pieces in their debut album 'Symmetry | Reflection'. His music has also been featured on the Reductive, Irritable Hedgehog and Noizemachin!! labels.
As an academic, Steve authored the chapter Subjectifying the Objective: Mathematical Processes and the Search for Balance in Music and/as Process (Cambridge Scholars Publishing) in 2016, and co-authored the article Performing Temporal Processes, published by the University of Belgrade in the New Sound International Journal of Music, in 2017.
He has given lectures and presentations at universities across the UK, Europe and the US, including the University of Huddersfield, the University of Liverpool, IRCAM in Paris, the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, California State University at Long Beach, the University of Tennessee and Furman University, South Carolina.
In his role as an examiner for Trinity College London on their rock and pop syllabus, Steve has conducted exams in Northern Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, India, Sri Lanka, Egypt, South Africa, Dubai, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Hong Kong, Macau and Australia.