Henry J. Ng is a SOCAN award winning composer and sound artist whose works have been presented by ensembles and organizations such as the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Sounds Underground, Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop and New Adventures in Sound Art. His music has been broadcasted on CIUT and CBC Radio and he has written for many different media, including various chamber ensembles, opera, sound installation, and several instrumental works that incorporate live electronics. His interest in music technology have led to other opportunities, such as presenting work at the 2005 Digital Music Research Network Summer Conference in Scotland, and assisting numerous visual artists for Toronto’s annual Nuit Blanche event as an audio consultant and computer programmer. In addition to his musical activities, Henry also works as an audio technician and sound engineer, most recently at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He studied composition at McGill University, Royal College of Music, and at the University of Toronto. He has also participated in workshops at IRCAM, STEIM, and Goldsmiths College in Europe and at Orford and Interaccess in Canada, dealing with both musical and technological topics.