NEWS & UPDATES
+ 12/20/2016 + I am so proud of writing this song from scratch from the lyrics to recording vocals and mixing it down. The title "Crazy Monkey Bingo" was a fictitious song on the radio for the short film "The Man Who Loved Flowers" of which I scored for also. I went with the scene and created this song that would fit the message of the story. Thanks to Dimitiria Van Leeuwen for your vocals.
+ 12/13/2016 + A new track showcased in the documentary, "The People" by Fernando Lara. It features the strings, taiko drums and piano.
+ 12/2/2016 + Working on a new short film called "The Man Who Loved Flowers" based on Stephen King's short story of the same title. Music will be posted soon. Also, I found out I am short listed as one of the finalists of the "other" category for the Ravel Film Music Soundtrack Competition. Very exciting!
+ 11/14/2016 + I was a part of Fernando Lara's team for the cable channel, Fusion's Documentary Challenge. I love working in a team of dedicated individuals. Upcoming music for it will be posted soon.
+ 10/9/2016 + Here's a new instrumental track I wrote for a client who will be adding vocals to it. Thanks Terrance DH and Sophie Bolivar! (Permission to share from Vmusic, LLC.)
+ 9/29/2016 + I'm happy to say, I spent the last month in my free time to compete in the Ravel Film Music Competition 2016 held in Novara, Italy. Results will be posted in the near future!
+ 7/29/2016 + This month has been a little slow due to moving places but here are two new tracks featuring the orchestra!
+ 6/16/2016 + Musical #2 is finished! Written for the play, "Come As You Are" by Ron Holbrook (Sahome). This piece is titled "There is a Fire" which I orchestrated for combined band, orchestra and choir. 34 instruments and voices! Whoo!
+ 5/14/2016 + Here it is... "Western Shanghai" for Middara. It was commissioned for their interactive app to be used with the game. Available now for Itunes, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music and many others. They loved it and hope you guys too! Here are links on where to find it: