My composition is minimalist and dreamy, my music production lives somewhere between experimental hip hop and indie rock, I bring both a creative sensibility and a finely tuned ear to the mixing process, and my editing is deliberate and precise.
I do freelance audio engineer work, ranging from recording music to editing audiobooks. I love everything from the sensitive collaborative process of recording vocals, to the technical aspects of editing speech audio. I have recorded music ranging from rap to classical, as well as audiobooks for publishers such as Simon and Schuster, Hachette (including but not limited to Dan Pfeiffer's Un-Trumping America), and Blackstone; podcasts like How I Built This hosted by Guy Raz, Spotify's 21 Days with mxmtoon, Wondery's The Next Big Idea, and Three Cents Podcast; and voice overs for W. Kamau Bell's United Shades of America, and many more. I have edited audiobooks for independent publishers, and am currently seeking more consistent audiobook or podcast editing work.
I really love composing and producing my own music. I started as a drummer and grew into a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. After studying electronic music composition and media technology, I started making new classical and experimental music and sound art. I also write songs and beats and am currently recording an album. I have scored films that have screened and been installed at institutions such as the Kennedy Center, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, SF MoAD, and SOMArts. I do freelance composition and scoring for film, videos, podcasts, and other media.
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