Matthew Bryant is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, and multimedia artist. Bryant is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he teaches music technology and directs the Computer Music Ensemble. He received his B.A. in Music Technology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. There, he held leadership positions in multiple ensembles and graduated with multiple honors and awards including Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Music. Bryant received his M.M. in Music Technology at Georgia Southern University (GSU). At GSU, he was inducted in multiple honor societies and won first place in the GSU Research Symposium (Humanities and Social Sciences) for his thesis and presentation: Technostalgia and the Aesthetic of Glitch: Transcoding Audio into Video Using CRT Monitors. Bryant has performed and presented at multiple festivals and conferences including Southeast Composers Symposium, National Student Electronic Music Event (N_SEME), Root Signals, International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), and ArtFields SC. His piece, K-9Lives is featured on the SEAMUS Electroacoustic Miniatures 2015: Sonic Haikus album.