Richard Johnson Logan-Greene is a composer, improviser and instrument builder in Buffalo, NY. He received his DMA in music composition at the University of Washington, studying with Richard Karpen and Juan Pampin. Richard's music has been performed in a variety of venues, including the Universities of Massachusetts and Washington and Ithaca College, and at the University of Cincinnati's new music festival. Richard has received grants from the American Composers Forum and the Eric Stokes Fund, and has been a resident at the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Richard has invented numerous musical instruments, including the Submersible, a mechanical instrument that uses water to change the pitch and timbre of metal pipes.