I started listening to dance music at an early age and I owe it all to my brother. I never really knew the concept of DJing and cue points until he started explaining it al l to me one day in front of his MK2s. After that, I started to beat match my limited 5 records or so. Once the concept came together, that's when my vinyl addiction really kicked in (Hard to Find Records, you really got a lot of my money!) After a couple of years spinning, I started to become interested in making my own tracks. Like most people in my area, I started off with Fruity Loops (Don't laugh...or do, it's pretty funny!) I moved into the Reason world quickly and still had no idea what sound I was after. This quickly led to me making "beats" for my local Hip-hop artists and eventually throwing a microphone up in my room.
I then decided that I really had a true passion for capturing the magic that happens during performance. I began to focus on building a studio and learning the recording arts. After I had some practice under my belt, I figured out the direction I wanted to go. I left home and went of to Florida to study Recording Arts at Full Sail University. After my schooling, I decided to move closer to home and Dallas became my residence. I started to intern at Crystal Clear Sound, a recording studio in the area and worked as a general assistant. Eventually, the job that actually paid for my living needed more time and I had to leave the studio. Once everything became stable again, I decided to engage in my freelance career.
Currently, I operate SoundScope, LLC, a company that specializes in recording, mixing, sound design, and composition.