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Since 2010 I’ve been at M-Works Mastering in Cambridge, MA. Aside from that I’ve produced and mixed a few projects. Also, more recently I’ve been doing live sound and A/V around Boston. When I’m not doing all of that I’m probably fixing someone’s computer.
I’ve been lucky to work often with several UML alumni mastering their mixes!
In 2011 I did an archival project for Rounder Records and Alison Krauss at M-Works in which we transferred and programmed metadata for nearly every tape, analog and digital, in every stage of production (multitrack, mix down and mastering) of her albums from 1986 to 2004.
Professional live sound engineer since 1995. Currently freelance as a live sound engineer for multiple companies around the Boston area, National Council for the Traditional Arts (which oversees the National Folk Festival as well as other folk festivals around the country).
Worked 6 years in technical sales/application support for two major loudspeaker manufacturers (EAW and RCF).
Since 2008 have worked as an audiovisual consultant with Acentech, emphasis on sound systems but expanding into full AV systems.
UMass Amherst Mullins Center (Amherst, MA): http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/f159d2fc#/f159d2fc/70 (Article in Sound and Communication) Designed replacement sound system for main arena. System is used for all hockey and basketball games, as well as for school functions, commencement, etc.
MANN Center for the Performing Arts (Philadelphia, PA): Performing arts facility for 14K people. Designed sound and video display system to support the lawn seating area.
Published article in School Construction Magazine: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3dea3ba6#/3dea3ba6/14