Performance - Education - Media Design

             Moses’ recording credits include diverse and exotic percussion contributions on twelve internationally released CDs. His work can be heard on Pursuit of Happiness, Pagan Saints, Xmas Ecstasy - A Native American Christmas, and 2003 Grammy nominated; Red Moon with Peter Kater, and Lifeblood with
Native singer songwriter Joanne Shenandoah.

             Additional credits include work on the soundtracks for two television series aired on The Discovery Channel - How The West Was Lost [vol.2] and the Eco - Challenge; along with the title music for the PBS Series Mythos [1997].

            Founding member of Spideroot Theater, an innovative, multicultural theater company based in Ithaca, NY [1986 - 1990] - Performance tours included New England Universities and the 1989 Syracuse Jazz Festival.

            Rivers of Time: Original music ensemble based in ancient traditions of Rhythm, Ritual and Spoken Word. Winner of “Global Rhythms” Magazine 2007 World Music Song Competition.

            Mainstream Theater work includes performances with Broadway stage and screen legends Ms. Melba Moore, and Mr. Ben Vereen. (2000)

            Moses composed and performed the music for the 2 hour closing ceremony of Harmonia Mundi - a week long celebration in honor of the Nobel Peace Prize announcement for H.H. The Dalai Lama of Tibet. [1989]

            Moses’ skills as a percussionist have kept him in demand as a Composer and Accompanist for major dance companies and universities throughout the country as well as an immersion in non-western traditions
and forms of dance. His music has supported Master Classes and performances for twenty years, including over fifteen years in residence with the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck NY.

            As an educator Moses has developed programs for the K - 12 Public School Curriculum as well as programs for Children at Risk , and the Juvenile Justice System. - Founding Member  - Project LEAP - Palm Beach County

            Art, as a tool for healing, has been introduced into centers as varied as The Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, The Hippocrates Institute & National Recovery Programs using the Drum Circle as a primary tool and creative model with therepeutic results and benefits.

            Moses was recently invited to contribute an article exploring the
relationship between sound, rhythm, and the healing arts to the Encyclopedia
of Alternative Therapies.

            Moses has worked extensively in CrossMedia Production as well as Digital Design for print, motion and the web, along with pioneering multimedia collaborations with Homer Smith at Art Matrix Studios, Cornell University
- A pioneering research center exploring the art and science of chaos and fractal imagery.

            Granted $1,000 - Space Reclamation Project, (Ithaca, NY 1986)
Replacing Muzak with original music representing 60 local artists playing 24/7.

             Granted $5,000 Artist’s Fellowship Award for Media Arts (Florida 1997)
Art from Ashes - The Holocaust Memorial Project - Spoken Word and Soundtrack

             Multimedia Technician @ the Omega Institute of Holistic Studies 1988 - 2003

Founder and Creative Director at
Multimedia Design Studio... 2005 to present