I’ve been working with kids and playing music since age twelve (which if my math is correct, adds up to the better half of my life). I studied guitar for six years at Third Street Music School and since then have released three albums, lead four bands, worked with numerous vocal coaches, and scored one audio book. However my enthusiasm for music hasn’t changed much since I was a kid shrieking made up songs and banging pots and pans.
During my time at Third Street I was also in and out of studios, most notably assistant engineer to Scott Anderson, at O Labs in Gowanus Brooklyn. After being so inspired by this experience, and having perfected the art of bringing jazz guys weak coffee, I went on to record, mix, and master my debut self titled EP. You can now find me performing around NYC.
Being homeschooled my entire life, community has always played an integral part of my education: at age twelve I was counselor at Camp Common Ground, at fifteen I was assistant teacher at Raiz Do Brazil Capoeria Studio, at eighteen I was production assistant to Downtown Art organizing teens from around NYC, and have been a working caregiver (otherwise known as a “manny”) since age eleven currently fighting with a six and three-year old brother and sister. Please send reinforcements.