A New Mexico based music guy who wears a lot of hats, I’m a music producer/arranger/composer, a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, and a voiceover artist. I am an ASCAP songwriter, a member of the Grammy Academy, and a past member of the Gospel Music Association.
I was born in Albuquerque, but I grew up in Dallas, and then spent several years in Colorado before I returned to my native ABQ. It was in Dallas that I began my musical journey, starting with the piano at age 5. I attended the world-renowned Arts Magnet High School at Booker T. Washington, and then moved on to the University of North Texas.
I’ve been involved in the recording industry since the 1980s, and I’ve performed all across the country. For several years I was the musical director for Ad-Libs – an award-winning improv comedy troupe based in Dallas. I’ve written everything from short jingles to a full-length Christmas musical.
In addition to my musical and voice acting pursuits, I am a grad student at UNM, working toward a PhD in Philosophy. I live with my wife (a talented singer and pianist) and our three pups (who also have beautiful howling voices) near Old Town.