Since 6 March, 2017
United States


Happy 1st Year On ProCollabs



  • Acoustic Bass
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Arrangement
  • Drum Programming
  • Drums (acoustic)
  • Electric Bass
  • Electric Guitar
  • Guitar
  • Keyboards
  • Lyrics
  • Mastering
  • Melody Writer
  • Mixing
  • Music Composition
  • Percussion
  • Piano
  • Production
  • Rhythm Guitar
  • Saxophone
  • Trombone
  • Vocals
  • Vocals (male)


Links provided offer a small sample of music I've helped compose, play, record, and distribute in the past handful of years. Nothing recent, unfortunately.

Mostly self-taught multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer in NYC. 25 years old, been involved with music for as long as I can remember!
Formally studied Jazz Performance and Studio Production in the Music Conservatory at SUNY Purchase.
Four years of playing as a session musician and hundreds of hours logged in the Grammy-Producing recording studios on campus.

Pro Tools/Logic/Reaper/Ableton

All genres welcome! :)

Favorite Genres

  • Acoustic
  • Alternative
  • Bluegrass
  • Experimental
  • Folk
  • Funk
  • Hard Rock
  • Hardcore
  • Hip Hop
  • Jam Bands
  • Jazz
  • Latin
  • Lounge
  • Meditation
  • Metal
  • Opera
  • Punk
  • Reggae
  • Reggaeton
  • Rock
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Ska
  • Technical Death Metal
  • World

Recording Setup

M-Audio Profire2626
Apple & Windows integration

Pearl EX Export Series kit
Zildjian, Sabian, and Meinl cymbals
Remo and Evans heads
Pyle Pro PDKM7 / SM57 mics

All kinds of auxiliary percussion

Handful of guitars and basses
Tenor Sax

Session Work

Rates are always negotiable! I'm all about helping projects get completed, not bleeding your pockets dry.
I'm also not STRICTLY here for work. If I dig your project there's a solid chance that I'll be willing to contribute at little to no cost to you.

Generally I'm looking for $25 per hour of work I put in, regardless of the type of work. No minimum amount of work, no bs. Again, always negotiable depending on what you need and how much time you'd like me to spend on it! I will not take on a project unless I am absolutely positive I'm able to help in some manner.

My logic is this: If I spend an hour tracking a drum part, writing lyrics, composing a new section, writing and tracking harmonies, solos, mixing, mastering, editing, whatever it may be, an hour is an hour any way you slice it.

Either way, if you'd like an extra set of good hands and ears, feel free to get in touch!

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