Clay Chaplin is a composer, improviser, and video artist from Los Angeles. He has worked on many projects throughout the US, Europe, and Japan involving experimental music, video, improvisation, and custom electronics. Clay’s works have been presented internationally including performances at the NIME 2004 concerts in Japan, the LA County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College in San Francisco, the Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival in New York, the International Computer Music Conference in Hong Kong, the Fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists in Toronto, the Korean Electro-Acoustic Society concerts in Seoul, the Sonic Circuits Festivals, and many other music festivals throughout the US. Clay has given workshops and lectures on computer music and digital media for various universities and electronic arts groups in California and he is currently the Studio Director for the Experimental Sound Practices program at CalArts. Clay’s latest CD is available on Artifact Recordings.