Growing up in the cold dark North has undoubtedly shaped my mental landscapes, which is present in the music I write. When the outside is dark and cold, there's time to look inwards.
You ascertain the inner workings of your mind. And there is much to be discovered there.
Words are difficult, but music makes sense to me as a language. When I'm composing, for that brief moment, it's all I need. I feel complete. And I can't ask for anything more than that. Most
of the time I write orchestral music with elements from various genres, such as electronic, rock, and folk.
I like big ideas. Growing up I explored my imagination through a ton of Legos and video games. I grew to view the world as a place of great potential, and that your
imagination could become a reality if you had the courage, discipline, and perspective to pursue it. With ambition comes the responsibility to act on it and see it through.
I graduated from London College of Music in 2014 with a First-class Honours in Composition and Music Technology. Today I dedicate my time to writing music as well as helping artists realize their potential and execute on it. I want to leave behind a legacy of significant
music that deeply touches people, as well as help artists face their fears and fight their demons as I do.