I'm an audio engineer, musician, podcast producer, internet obsessive, and general...person. I live in Brooklyn, NY. I like good hamburgers, guitar pedals, and working with ambitious people.
I've been working on audio projects in one form or another for nearly a decade and counting, and I feel equally at home working in both musical (recording, mixing, mastering, live/front-of-house engineering) and non-musical (post-production, podcasting, circuit bending, digital signal processing) environments. My real passions are in mixing/mastering music and in podcast production, but I've never met a project I didn't learn to love. I completed a dual bachelor's/master's degree in Music Technology at NYU in 2015, with a graduate thesis focusing on the development of a real-time system for phase metering and comb filtering using Max/MSP and Ableton Live. It's some fun nerdy stuff, if you're into that kind of thing.
You can sometimes find me running sound at Brooklyn's famous Shea Stadium, or perhaps on the other side of the stage with my band, For Everest. We've been lucky enough to tour in the northeast and midwest semi-regularly, and have had some nice things said about us by some equally nice people.
When I have some free time outside of music, I like to try my hand at some photography around New York City as well as the occasional improv comedy class at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.
I'm always available to work on a project, answer a question, or talk about my favorite gear online. Get in touch and let's see what we can make happen.