With an extensive music engineering background involving all aspects of recording and mixing, I have played an integral role in the Baltimore - Washington music, television, radio and film audio industry since 1990.
1990 - 2003: While senior engineer / producer at Clean Cuts Music, I worked on hundreds of national and regional television and radio ads. I also produced and performed on several nationally released recordings.
2003: I started V Audio Inc.
A nationally recognized music and post-production studio
2004 – 2006: I was staff composer for Bunim-Murray Productions in Los Angeles, writing music cues for NBC, FOX and MTV. The NBC show “Starting Over” ran for three seasons and went into syndication around the world.
2006 - 2007 I produced the "Bottle of Sunshine" and "PLAY" CDs for Milkshake, a rock band for young children, as well as videos for PBS Kids and Nick Jr.
2009 – 2010, I was a sound designer for the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
2011: I wrote and produced an instructional video series “Audio for Video with Pro Tools” for Groove 3.
2007 to present: I have produced audio and music for over thirty documentaries, TV shows and films with Hall of Fame sailor Gary Jobson.
2013: For The Mystic Seaport Museum I composed / sound designed and mixed “Unfurling the World”, a documentary about a group’s seven voyages around the world from 1933 to 1956. All the 16mm film footage was silent so I manufactured all of the sound.
The film won a Bronze Telly in 2014.
2014: I composed the music, sound designed and mixed the ESPN 30 for 30 Shorts film, “Ted Turner’s Greatest Race” for Jobson Sailing
2017: I received a Bronze Telly for "The Magic and Mystery of Sable Island" another Jobson production.
2007 to present: I produce and distribute all Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals radio promos for MASN Sports.
2004 to present: I am a consulting sound designer / mixer at Discovery Communications; mixing shows and promos for all of their networks.