Composer, musician, and orchestrator, I have a blast creating music for what I love: video games, TV, and other entertainment. A bit over ten years ago now, I launched myself into the world of professional music with the release of my album, Equinox. Ever since then, I’ve been creating and releasing music for TV (Calvary’s Changed for Life series), making mad tunes for avid fans out there (PonyTime: Advance), crafting custom soundtracks for games and more as the opportunities arise, and regularly playing live with the Calvary V2 Band. I also mix and master regularly, orchestrate as the occasion calls for it, and create guide/click tracks for musicians and groups whenever needed.

And that’s what I do. Who am I though?

I’m a big anime fan, ardent player of video games, a Christian saved by Christ alone, player and DM of Dungeons and Dragons, and a reader/watcher of many things science fiction and fantasy.

Music Philosophy

Games deserve a soundtrack that can bring them to a new level of emotional intensity. Whether it’s a frantic no-holds-barred search and rescue for a lost loved one, or a futuristic background atmosphere of metal and bone–imagine how much more powerful the story becomes when it’s backed by a unique and memorable soundtrack that does it justice. You ever hear a video game with a generic soundtrack? You know, the type that’s a basic orchestral/hybrid cinematic feel with no real soul or identity to it? That’s the type of soundtrack that makes me weep inside. It’s my goal with every piece of music I make to craft something wholly unique and powerful in whatever statement it’s making. 

After all, aren’t the possibilities of music endless?

Desk with Logo
Tin Recording

Composer, musician, and orchestrator, I have a blast creating music for what I love: video games, TV, and other entertainment. A bit over ten years ago now, I launched myself into the world of professional music with the release of my album, Equinox. Ever since then, I’ve been creating and releasing music for TV (Calvary’s Changed for Life series), making mad tunes for avid fans out there (PonyTime: Advance), crafting custom soundtracks for games and more as the opportunities arise, and regularly playing live with the Calvary V2 Band. I also mix and master regularly, orchestrate as the occasion calls for it, and create guide/click tracks for musicians and groups whenever needed.

And that’s what I do. Who am I though?

I’m a big anime fan, ardent player of video games, a Christian saved by Christ alone, player and DM of Dungeons and Dragons, and a reader/watcher of many things science fiction and fantasy.

Music Philosophy

Games deserve a soundtrack that can bring them to a new level of emotional intensity. Whether it’s a frantic no-holds-barred search and rescue for a lost loved one, or a futuristic background atmosphere of metal and bone–imagine how much more powerful the story becomes when it’s backed by a unique and memorable soundtrack that does it justice. You ever hear a video game with a generic soundtrack? You know, the type that’s a basic orchestral/hybrid cinematic feel with no real soul or identity to it? That’s the type of soundtrack that makes me weep inside. It’s my goal with every piece of music I make to craft something wholly unique and powerful in whatever statement it’s making. 

After all, aren’t the possibilities of music endless?

Desk with Logo
Tin Recording