Dr. Lawrence W. Moore is a Miami-based electro-acoustic and electronic music composer and producer, as well as a video artist. Much of his music is released under the artist name, Wayfarer, and combines experimental electronic, new age, and world music influences. Dr. Moore is a professor at the Miami International University of Art and Design and teaches for both the Commercial Music and Music, Theater, and Dance Departments at Miami-Dade College. Dr. Moore also taught at the University of Miami in the Music Theory and Composition department from 2003-2014. Dr. Moore has had pieces performed across the country, including the Electro-Acoustic Barn Dance (2011 and 2012) at the University of Mary Washington, the 13th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology at Connecticut College, the Transy Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival (2011), and the SEAMUS 2011 National Conference. Curry Chicken and Ramen Noodles has been selected for the SEAMUS Miniatures Re-Caged CD Release, a national release honoring the music of John Cage. In South Florida, Moore's music has been presented at frequent presentations of the 12 Nights of Electronic Music and Art Series, Subtropics 2011 and 2013, the New West Electronic Art and Music Organization 2008 Concert Festival, and the Florida Electro-Acoustic Student Festival (2006 and 2008). Dr. Moore has presented paper topics at the 13th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology at Connecticut College (2011) and the Conference on Humanities and Technology at St. Thomas University (2014). Wayfarer music releases are widely distributed online.