About Me



I grew up in Connecticut in a little coastal town called Clinton. My parents moved out of New York to pursue my mothers horse training career, and I spent most of my time as a kid around the horses (mostly cleaning stalls, thanks Mom). I found music in the eighth grade when Guitar Hero III came out; Immediately I fell in love and started taking guitar lessons with a Berklee Alum --shout out to you Rick! 

My music career started with Green Day, Punk-Rock Warped Tour trips and garage band practice sessions which I still love to this day. After High-School, I decided to go to Berklee College of Music as a vocalist and through the various trials and tribulations of college, discovered that I loved to write music. When I found the orchestra, I doubled down and decided to compose and produce music professionally. I graduated Berklee with a dual major in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing & Production, as well as a minor in Video Game Scoring. 

Even as a busy student, I never forgot my love of games and film; using it instead as a vehicle for composing, my career aspirations centered around writing music to help immerse the audience in the experience. Writing for games and films really gets me up in the morning, it's always an exciting day when surrounded by wonderful, talented individuals and great music. 

Outside of my career, I really enjoy personal fitness, graphic design, cooking and mixology (making mix drinks!).


I am currently located in Boston, but will be relocating to LA come September. 


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