Thomas is interested in creating new ways for audiences to experience, and interact with sound, music and stories in physical spaces.
Thomas is interested in creating new ways for audiences to experience, and interact with sound and music in physical spaces. Through interactive installations he combines music composition and interactive technology to invite people to step out of their daily routine and interact with something that might spark joy, curiosity or a childhood sense of wonderment.
Thomas took part in the 2015 New and Emerging Talent Residency Program where he developed Beacon Choir, an interactive sound and light installation that invites audiences to become conductors of a sleeping choir Consisting of a set of suspended objects (or beacons) that react to interaction, emit light and create sound. He is particularly interested in exploring the form and behaviours of his beacons to create music intelligently, music that has life its own, something that is visually and audibly beautiful.