Jeff Morton is a composer, musician, and media artist whose projects are playful, experimental explorations of sound, sound-making, communication, and compositional processes using found and musical objects or materials. In performance, composition, and installation, his work has been presented by ensembles and in galleries and festivals across Canada and internationally. Jeff also works as an arts professional: as a consultant, sound and media technician, programmer, and administrator for arts organizations and individuals.

In 2018 Jeff performed new live electroacoustic music with trumpet and electronic keyboard at Bohemia, Edmonton, and at Strata New Music Festival, Saskatoon; he performed a new composition for augmented ukulele and programming at the Drone Factory in Regina; and Jeff created soundtrack music for the film Pragmatopia, by director and film maker Pixie Cram, premiering at Echo Park Film Centre in Los Angeles. Also in 2018, Jeff directed a hands-on electronics hacking workshop at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, and his visual art was included in the exhibition Very Good Painters, a group show at the Hague Gallery (Regina, SK).


Composition and Performance by Jeff Morton

electronic music alias (production)      

electronic music alias (performance) 

All the Horses  (media installation)   (audio)            


snow on the ground  (video and sound installation)

full hoodie   (humour/clothing/transcription)           


drawings    (2010)

Repeat Repeat Offender (quartet)     (vimeo)          

TRRO (trio)


notaations (duo)        


mille bayous (trio)

dj mixes