In Chicago

Over 10 years ago when I first started listening to what would eventually become “world music” it was difficult to find ...

Drawing from 10+ years of experience attending ambient, space, and electro-experimental shows, I’ve developed a hardware and software toolset that lets me provide striking on-the-fly as well as scripted visuals. The video projections that I offer fall into the following categories: A great example of pre-rendered video is my work ...

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If you are like most singers and musicians, your focus is on making music, and enjoying that initial moment of creation. When it comes to the details of preparing a final mix, you may agonize over the process and struggle to finish material. This may be because you are simply ...

Technology is great, when it works. When you use technology as much as I do, you start to notice things. You have high expectations, and not unreasonably so. The promise of technology is that it should enhance our lives, save time, or money. Yet, having had so many bad experiences ...

Some productions on which I have done sound, music or tech. Murdered to Death(Sound Design Summer 2012) The Butler Did It(Sound Design Summer 2011) Out of Sight, Out of Murder(Sound Design 2010) Laffing Room Only(Sound Design Summer 2009) A Fine Monster You Are(Sound Design/The Guardian 2008) The Musical Comedy Murders ...

Enter the world of SCI-FI-LOPHONE, where music, noise and science come together to produce fun and unusual sound textures for all ages. A: SCI-FI-LOPHONE is a unique MIDI-controlled percussion instrument consisting of solenoids combined with traditional and non-traditional sound making objects. It’s part art installation, interactive science project, and part ...

It started with three Jethro Tull LPs… Aqualung, Thick As A Brick and Warchild. Those LPs were part of my father’s record collection. Around the time I was in high school (late 80s, early 90s), I began to be heavily influenced by those albums and wore them out. I recall ...

Between 2013 and 2019, I ran a modest project studio in Central, PA. It was eventually dubbed “Pepperhead Studios” after my love of hot peppers and the expanding garden I eventually built outside. The studio space itself was 1200 square feet, in the basement of a church that had previously ...