The music I’ve been working on over the last couple years is focused on hardware synthesizers, drum machines, sequencers, effects, and related gear. I’ve been recording live jams of the music, which you can watch on my YouTube page:

I’m pleased and proud to say I’ve got over 21,000 subscribers and 2.1 million views on YouTube. I’ve also got a dedicated and supportive community on Patreon full of amazing people, and I couldn’t be more grateful for them.

My completed albums from the last few years are all available for listening and purchase over at my Bandcamp page, and some are available on the major streaming services (e.g. Spotify, Apple Music). The newest record is an album of ambient works entitled Desiderium synthetica. Take a listen.

In addition to YouTube and my albums, I’ve got some projects coming up related to my music in movies and other A/V projects.

My EP, Wellspring, got a hilarious and awesome review over at the Georgia Straight.

I’m constantly working on music in my free time (and sometimes not-free time), and I probably won’t be satisfied until I’m doing scores and original soundtracks for video games or movies or something.

In 2001 I graduated from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, with a diploma in Music Industry Arts: Recorded Music Production.  This is a very long way of saying I went to audio recording school.


“Don’t talk to me about simple things.  There’s no such thing.  All a man can build is his vision, and I love my man for trying.” – Contantines, Shine A Light