As a research-driven composer and sound artist, I have authored more than a hundred media artworks and compositions in the past twenty-five years, presented notably at CubeFest (Virginia 2019), Berlin Konzerthaus (2018), Xuhui Museum (Shanghai 2017); Tonspur (Vienna 2016); National Gallery (Singapore 2015); Onassis Centre (Athens 2014); World Stage Design (Cardiff 2013); Moderna Museet (Stockholm 2008); and Centre Pompidou (Paris 2003). My works won SSO First Prize (Norway 2002), Forum Audience Prize (Canada 1996), and finalist at Hélianthe (France 2019). My doctoral research in sound perception and design in multimodal environments (PhD-Tech, KTH Stockholm 2015) is published in PLoS One, Leonardo, Applied Acoustics, Frontiers, Applied Sciences, IRCAM-Delatour, Springer-LNCS, and conference proceedings such as SMC, ICMC, ICMPC, and ICAD. I founded the Soundislands Festival (2013–17) and serve as Regional Director for Asia-Oceania of the International Computer Music Association. I currently co-edit an issue on environmental sound in Frontiers Journal of Psychology. After studies in piano and composition (BMus Oslo 1995), music computing (IRCAM Paris 1999), and contemporary musicology (DEA Paris 2003), I have worked in higher education since 2005 in France, Singapore, and Korea. From 2020 I am Associate Professor in Sound Art at the School of Creative Media of City University of Hong Kong.