Movements in Return (2016), is a sound composition made up of fourteen musical movements alternating key signatures. The work contemplates how movement is perceived in terms of expansion and contraction, and ways in which interactions with other bodies can alter motion, much like orbital paths negotiated by gravitational forces exerted by objects in space. The sound piece is intended to be experienced as an installation where the trajectory through space is explored with sound. Repetition and slow progression render the pace almost to stillness. As the piece seems to remain in a space, a musical theme in a different key signature takes place, making motion noticeable.