To me writing is the most spontaneous of art forms. When I'm not painting or playing music, I'm writing. Lyrics make us different than birds.

The Faces We Make Will Stay

Our faces are like maps.
Our faces are like paintings.
There can be so much meaning in every line of a drawing, in every shade of color in a painting. It reminds me of getting older, how our faces begin to crack like an old side walk. The crows fly in and land quietly on the corners of our eyes. The branches under their feet grow and grow, across our cheeks. Every single line has meaning. Every crease and tile of our skin implies an expression we made — moods we wore. Happy and sad lines, angry or mad lines, we can never lie about what we felt when it is written on our faces permanently. That's why I try my hardest to smile, and to be laughingly passionate in every moment, so that you can see it in my face when I grow old, that I had a good life.

       Music has always been an important part of my life. I have been playing guitar for 17 years, drums/percussion for 8, piano for 4, and have been recording music for the past 9 years.
       Over the last few years I've had the pleasure of recording audio and video interviews for artists like David Gray, Grace Potter, A Fine Frenzy, Matt Nathanson, Sia, Lisa Hannigan and many more, as well as editing audio and video interviews by Colbie Caillat, Ingrid Michaelson, etc etc…
       Below are some of the audio tracks I am responsible for either Recording, Producing, or Playing on. If you'd like to hear and see the work I've done for the said musicians, go to earphoria.fm.
       If you need anything recorded, or a musician for a project, I'm your man so send me a message.