The LBS Crew
I started in 1990 working at LBS as a house engineer. I've been fortunate to work and learn from some incredibly talented producers, engineers and musicians including Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Blind Melon and more. While the industry and technology has changed, I still make records the old fashioned way: Live performance to analog.
I started my career at London Bridge in 1993. Since then I have learned a lot about this business and have developed a style all my own. the control Room at London Bridge feels more like home than home does to me, and helping artist to realize their recorded vision is what I love to do.
When I was in 8th grade, I saved up my allowance to buy a used cassette 8-track recorder and two cheap microphones. From then on, recording music has been my passion. Since I began working at London Bridge in January of 2010, I have had the unique experience of working with producers and engineers from all over the country and bands from around the world. .
I am an Audio Engineer and Producer. I have been playing the guitar for nearly 10 years now and I have developed a strong sense for music and sound in the process. I am a graduate from AIS with an AA in Audio Production, which has definitely ripened my technical skills. I love working with all genres of music, because it allows me to explore and experiment more with sonic textures, blending techniques, as well as microphone technique.
Audio Engineering: protools, tracking, mixing, and production Composing: film, television, and concert Arranging: string and horn arrangements, orchestration, and production Engraving: sibelius 6, finale 2008, fast turnaround Musician/Lessons: saxophone, flute, and piano/keyboard.
I started at LBS as an Intern in 2006 since then I have had the rare opportunity to learn and study with some of the best Producers and Engineers in the business. I mainly work with Hip-Hop, R&B and Soul