I am a professional, experienced producer and composer based in London.
With roots in modern music production and classical training, I am equipped to work on a wide range of projects and genres including house, drum and bass, garage, hip hop, and pop. I have worked with a vast range of artists and musicians as a producer/writer giving me years of experience working in the industry.
I am also working on my own artist project, making garage, breakbeat and electronic music; taking inspiration from artists such as Bicep, Jon Hopkins, Bonobo and Bon Iver. I have also composed music for multiple podcasts and films including the award winning short film, ‘See You Tomorrow’, by Zuheir Kredieh.
As well as producing, I am a keen piano player and have a good knowledge of music theory and harmony. I am an experienced engineer in recording, mixing and mastering. I have recorded multiple artists in varying studios including Blossom Caldarone’s EP, ‘Sit and Be’. I have mixed and mastered lots of music for commercial release including my own and other artists’ music in a range of genres.
With my passion for electronic music, it’s natural to be a part of the UK music scene and its abundance of events. I have DJ’ed around London, including The Horse and Groom in Shoreditch, Matchstick Pie House, The Old Blue Last and many more, as well as playing festivals such as Standon Calling and Boardmasters. I am also a part of Ironing Bored Sessions; a DJ collective and platform for showcasing the best music from up and coming DJs.
I teach a range of students from young beginners to experienced musicians who want to get into music production. I was a teacher for the Music Production class at BRIT Kids which involved teaching 12 – 16 year olds music production from scratch, lesson planning and inspiring the children to become passionate about the subject.
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Albert Carr Gardens, London SW16 3HD, UK
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