I started taking violin lessons at the age of three via the Suzuki method. At seven years old, I began piano lessons which eventually led to trombone at the age of fourteen. A year later I taught myself bass guitar and subsequently received a scholarship to Berklee College of Music soon after. I then attended UCLA for their film scoring program and began a career as a composer for film, television, and jingles.
I've written and performed music all over the world with various organizations, including writing for and conducting a 65-piece orchestra. My eclectic musical background and training lends to an appreciation of many genres and styles.