Tohm Judson is a composer and multimedia artist currently teaching at Winston Salem State University, North Carolina. Dr. Judson received his PhD from the University of Iowa where he studied composition acoustic composition with David Gompper and electronic music with Lawrence Fritts. He received his MM from the University of Florida where he studied with James Paul Sain, Paul Richards, and Budd Udell. His music has been performed in the Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, the UK, and throughout the United States, including the SEAMUS National Conference, Society of Composers, Inc., Electronic Music Midwest, the Festival of New American Music, the Santa Fe International New Media Festival, and was a featured artist at the EMIT festival in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Judson has worked with many forms of interactive media including audio, video, installation, and dance, collaborating with artists such as K.T. Nelson of ODC San Francisco, Robert Dick, Owen Roberts, Christopher Cozier, Leo Morrissey, Thomas Tucker, and Karloa Luttringhaus. His first album, still life, is available now on cdbaby and iTunes.