In many ways, music has always been my first love. Nothing comes more naturally than sitting down at a piano or a guitar. Nothing is quite as fulfilling as writing, recording, and producing a song—there's just nothing like it for me. Even when it comes to writing, nothing feels more comfortable than analyzing a pop song or a few measures from a Beethoven sonata.
I've been doing music for a long time—since I was five years old to be truthful. My formal training ended when I graduated from the music school at the University of Oregon in 2011, but I've never stopped learning more and more about producing and writing in the modern music world.
My newest project is a series of instrumental synth pieces, which is being released one per week for an entire year. That's 52 tracks—and hopefully one of them will catch your interest enough to use for your next project. They are simple pieces created for the potential use in the score of a videogame or some other form of media.
Follow along on Twitter, or head on over to Bandcamp to hear what's there so far.