Greetings, and Welcome to My World of Ever-Evolving Creation…

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Music, songwriting, acting, narrating, and, most recently, filmmaking are the artistic endeavors that drive my world. I’ll be jotting down my thoughts on all of these enterprising areas, relating bits of my past history in those regards, and keeping you abreast of my current projects.

A touring/studio musician with over thirty years experience, and three major label international rock music album releases to my credit, I’ll be outlining plans for tracking and mixing vocals, keyboards and percussion overdubs for my upcoming solo album – ten songs of keyboard oriented, melodic hard rock with heavy guitar undertones. The latest mixes are very close, but still need tweaking.

I also voice commercials, narrations, and documentaries in sessions at Rockingham Studio in Burbank , as well as in various facilities in Studio City and Hollywood, among other locations. My national clients include the NFL, Blue Cross Blue Shield, G.E., Fisher Price, Ford Motor Co., and Kodak among others. My international client base is comprised of video production companies in The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Russia, Germany, and Brazil.

It was a great experience acting in various films and TV series between 2007 and 2013, some of which can be found on the IMDb website. Pearls of wisdom were gathered, shared, and saved on every set, be it for small or large screen.

After years of dabbling in filmmaking with my writer/director partner, I’m currently involved with scripts in various stages of development for a few as yet unnamed projects. I’ve posted various films in which I’ve acted/ written/ directed to date, and more will be posted as completed.

As always, I look forward to updating these pages often, and getting some feedback from my readers. Thank you for stopping by.



One Response to Greetings, and Welcome to My World of Ever-Evolving Creation…

  1. Martin says:

    The Lenten Season is upon us.
    Easter will arrive earlier this year than last, and Spring is only a little over a month away, which is always something great to look forward to.

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