Julio d'Escriván (b.1960) is a composer working in creative technologies and moving image through laptop audiovisual performance and soundpainting with instrumental ensembles.
Julio is active as a laptop artist in the UK and abroad with performances in Brazil, Spain, Slovenia and Italy. His FUSIL project combines, live coding and visual loop remixing along with found-objects amplification with Iñigo Ibaibarriaga and more recently Monty Adkins.
A 2013 album, 'flix' was published in Spain by Zawp Records of Bilbao. Julio's recent written work includes the Music Technology book from the Cambridge Introductions to Music series published in early 2012 by Cambridge University Press.
He is also coeditor of the Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music (C.U.P.) and co-author of the chapter on Composing with SuperCollider for The SuperCollider Book (MIT Press).
At present he is Senior Lecturer at the Music Department of the University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom.