It all started when I saw Jurassic Park in theaters when I was five years old. Ever since then I knew I wanted to write music for films. But my route to writing film music wasn’t a traditional one. I spent the better part of my twenties touring in a rock band called Haste the Day, writing and recording albums while playing upwards of 300 shows a year.

In 2011 we decided to call it quits and I moved to Nashville, TN where I began my journey scoring films. Since then I’ve been able to work with incredible directors on a wide range of commercial projects for brands such as Mazda, Express, Spotify, and Eureka. On top of that I worked with Cale Glendening on his chilling narrative short, Why You Don’t Send Nudes, as well as many other narrative and documentary works.

I have a passion for music that tells a story. Let me help you tell your story.