Jacob Sello (*1976) began to play violin in the age of four, then switched to different flutes, trumpet and guitar. He played in various ensembles and bands besides performing as soloist. In the mid 90´s he got introduced to electronic music and began to experiment with the new possibilities given by the computer-technology. After absolving a school for audio-engineering in 1998 he started to study Systematic Musicology at the Hamburg University and graduated in 2008 (writing his final thesis on sonic installation art). Since 2007 he is in Georg Hajdu´s Master-Class for Multimedia Composition at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg.
Though focussing on electronic sound creation and production for more than 10 years, he is highly interested in the exiting possibilities that arise from the conjunction of traditional acoustic instruments and state-of-the-art technology. These days he experiments with techniques of algorithmic composition, digital signal-processing and 3d-video-animations. He loves to develop innovative controllers for interactive computermusic and multimedia-performances.