From 2010 to 2013, I held the post of Artistic and General Director of Innovations en concert, a not-for-profit presenter of experimental chamber music concerts and festivals in Montreal. Under my directorship, the organization championed unusual programming, commissioned major new works, and became known for its support of young freelancers, building international connections for many Quebec artists.

Teaching forms an important part of my artistic life, having given university lectures, private tutorials, masterclasses, and workshop-style coaching. My teaching philosophy prioritizes inclusivity and diversity, and questions canonization. At the University of Huddersfield, I taught undergraduate composition students in seminars and private tutorials, as well as theory and technique classes (2014–16). Previously, I taught an undergraduate composition course as a part-time lecturer at the University of Victoria (2008–09).

I have been invited to give lectures about my work in the US at Columbia University; in the UK at the Royal Academy of Music, Bath Spa University Centre for Musical Research, Birmingham Conservatoire, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Centre for Research in New Music in Huddersfield, and Brunel University; in Canada at McGill University, the Cluster New Music and Integrated Arts Festival, and the Open Space Gallery of Victoria. I have additionally taught masterclasses and workshops at the Orkest de Ereprijs Young Composers Meeting (NL), Brunel University, the University of Manitoba, and the Montreal Contemporary Music Lab.