I love making records. As a mixer, engineer, producer, and sound designer, I have worked on a wide array of projects, unbound by genre and field. My work includes artists on labels of note such as Big Machine, Roc Nation, Thirty Tigers, Mom + Pop, and Exploding in Sound, as well as work with artists Anaïs Mitchell, Ingrid Michaelson, and Kevin Garrett.
I have been making music since I was 4 years old, and began recording in my parents’ basement at the age of 15. I graduated with a degree in Music Technology from NYU’s Steinhardt School in 2011. I had the privilege to learn from seasoned engineers like Paul Gelusso (Sufjan Stevens, Animal Collective) and Saul Walker (API founder).
I spent my early career at The Cutting Room in Greenwich Village, and Let ‘Em In Music in Gowanus, Brooklyn. While at Let ‘Em In, I was introduced to Billboard-topping songwriter and producer, Felix McTeigue. Felix and I now collaborate regularly as co-producers.
From 2010 to 2016, I worked at Flavorlab in Manhattan as studio director and post audio engineer. There I worked on Films, TV shows, and spots as a mixer, sound designer, foley artist, dialogue editor, and sfx editor. I continue to work with the studio today as an engineer and composer.
From state-of-the-art studio to borrowed warehouse space, I have made records that are both aurally beautiful and precise. I believe the value of sound lies not in the operating budget, but rather in the creative process. I approach every project with total focus and dedication, and I strive to innovate and learn alongside the artists I work with.