Starting as an audio engineer, I began my time in Los Angeles working my way up from an internship at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions to eventually working alongside composers such as Henry Jackman (Kingsman: The Secret Service, Captain America) and Heitor Pereira (Despicable Me, Angry Birds). My time with both of these composers was a platform that allowed me to learn and work among some of the best in the industry, and I was incredibly lucky to have played a part in such a monumental studio.
After my time at Remote Control, I've had the opportunities to work with incredibly talented people such as composer Dino Meneghin (Teen Wolf, Lore) and executive producer Jeff Davis (Teen Wolf, Criminal Minds) on 51 incredibly fun episodes of Teen Wolf, Bennett Salvay (Full House, Jeepers Creepers) and Randy Kerber (La La Land, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) on a powerful documentary, and Lavarre Burton (Reading Rainbow) on an audiobook about the late Mr. Rodgers to name a few. I found myself sharing stages with the likes of Beck, Kid Cudi, The Avett Brothers, Porter Robinson and many more.
At the end of the day, each experience was an valuable step towards my overall goal of becoming as as well rounded in the field of audio and visual creative services as possible, and I'm constantly evolving in the way I approach new projects. I'm grateful for the ability to share the time, creative processes, and studios of all of the talented composers, engineers, artists and producers that I've had the privilege of meeting, and look forward to more crazy adventures in the future.