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A professional audio / video engineer for 9 years, I’ve designed and engineered numerous whole-facility audiovisual systems. I’ve worked in the Pentagon configuring videoconferencing systems. I’ve worked in areas as far away as Monterey, Mexico, and Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California. The customers I’ve worked with include Johns Hopkins University, the National Parks Service, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the International Monetary Fund.
I left full-time employment to deepen my knowledge of how business works by pursuing a Master’s degree in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado. When I graduate in May of 2017, I will leave with a much stronger understanding of how business strategy is developed and deployed, as well as having learned a lot about leadership.
After graduating from the UML SRT in 2005, I moved to Brooklyn where I began interning at Right Track Recording in Manhattan. After being hired as a General Assistant, I made a move to Avatar Studios in 2006 where I eventually worked as an Assistant Engineer until going freelance in 2011.
I currently work around the NYC area, recording and mixing projects at studios of all levels. I have a home studio where I work on editing and smaller mix projects in Jersey City, NJ. I also work part-time for WNYC for a program called “Soundcheck” and for remote concerts broadcast on WQXR and Q2.
Freelance projects have included work with: My Morning Jacket, Jim James, Michael Jackson, James Taylor, Vanessa Carlton, Aaron Parks, Fox Music, UMG, Sony/BMG, ECM.
Projects that I assisted on while on staff at Avatar include: Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, My Morning Jacket, Paula Cole, Jonatha Brooke, Dream Theater, Christian McBride, Joshua Redman, Jason Moran, Boardwalk Empire, Mildred Pierce
Pro Tools Tech, most of our clients are score mixers. I go to different studios and scoring stages in LA and setup, calibrate and mantain Pro Tools Rigs. Sony scoring stage’s setup is ours and some of Fox is our as well. So I get to hang on a lot of those sessions which is pretty amazing as my ultimate goal is film/tv/game scoring.
I have had the opportunity to tech and support a lot of big scoring sessions and mixes. John Williams, Hanz Zimmer, James Newton Howard, Randy Newman, Daft Punk (Tron), John Powell and plenty other cats. Our man mixing client is Shawn Murphy we setup his Pro Tools Rigs for mixes as well as scoring, for most of his work.
Born and raised in Maine, I came to UML because I was intrigued by the SRT program’s convergence of music, science, and technology. I gave the studio life a try and quickly decided I’d rather contribute to the industry around it.
I worked for a Finnish speaker company called Genelec in their US headquarters outside Boston for a year and a half before joining Harman in the summer of 2007 as an entry level test engineer.
In my 6 years at Harman, I’ve worked in 4 different locations (Bedford, MA, Los Angeles, CA, Shenzhen, China, and now Palo Alto, CA).
I’ve worked on a lot of projects at Harman, but I’m most proud of the Harman Kardon BDS series, which I’ve been in charge of for a three generations now.
I am PMP certified, which I recommend for anyone who does anything that can broadly be categorized as a “project.”
I’m planning to go back to school for the first time in almost 10 years (MBA)!