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My primary job is an installer of AV equipment. We are based out of CT, but I have installed systems in CT, NY, MA, D.C, and other areas. I design audio profiles for the audio devices we use and tune the audio in the systems we install.
On the side I am a trombone performer, as well as a recording engineer.
I have produced 2 full albums, one an acoustic album, the other a variety of choral and ensemble mixes.
I did a research project at UML studying various microphone, microphone placement, and room setup in 114 with a brass quintet.
Since graduating, I’ve started my own company doing mostly short run vinyl records. The process is totally wacky, but it results in an immediately playable record. I get a lot of business from smaller bands and labels that can’t afford a larger run of records, or people who just want to make something unique and collectable. I get to do a bit of recording, mixing, mastering as well to stay in this century as far as technology. The studio I rent a room in cuts master lacquers to be pressed, and I’m slowly learning that art as well.
I do short run work for a number of labels and bands including:
Broken World Media (CT), Driftwood Records (OR), Jumpstart Records (PA), Paper And Plastick (FL), Old Gray (NH), The World Is A Beautiful Place and I’m No Longer Afraid To Die (CT), Dads (NJ), Plow United (PA), Self Defense Family, etc.
I am currently a freelance Audio Engineer/Mixer and Producer for the commercial, broadcast, and film post-production industries. After nearly 10 years at one of NYC’s top commercial audio post houses, Sound Lounge, I recently left to work on the Sochi Olympics and then work for myself. I work either at my clients’ production facilities, or at my home studio. Current clients include NBC Sports, MSNBC, WWE, CBS News, Saatchi & Saatchi, Persistent Productions, to name a few.
I also run a production collective on the side. Working with a team of long-standing industry partners and friends, we handle full production on audio and video projects with a backbone in education or social awareness.
Most recent big project:
- Audio post mixing for NBC network’s promotional coverage of 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games
Telly Award – 2013, Regional Commercial TV Production
Telly Award – 2007, Use of Music/Sound (“Last Chance”)
OMMA Award – 2012 (Greenpeace)
Best Short Doc, Jury Award – 2011 Gold Coast Film Festival (“In the Spirit of Laxmi”)
Audience Award – 2010 Red Rocks Film Festival (“In the Spirit of Laxmi”)
Village Voice Award – Audience Favorite, 2008 Fringe Festival (“I Love You, Petty, and Favre” by David Scott)
ANDY Award – 2007, Interactive (“Pontiac: Motorati in Second Life”)
AdTech Award – 2007, Best Next Gen Ad (“Pontiac: Motorati in Second Life”)
Best Short, Audience Award – 2006 Hamptons Int’l Film Fest (“Last Chance”)
Best Feature, Audience Award – 2006 Slamdance Film Fest (“Murder Party”)
Best Narrative – 2006 Veil Film Fest (“Murder Party”)*
Technical Award – 2005 New England Film Fest (“1918″)
Film Award – 2005 Columbia Film Fest (“1918″)
EMMY Award – 2004, MSNBC (“Nat Geo Explorer”)
Leaving a staff gig of many years to doing my own thing!