Recording and Mixing
I produced music for several years in New York City. I began by working for Greene Street Recording. I worked briefly at Mission Sound Recording and Loho Studios in 2001, before moving to RPM Electronic Sound Studios, where I became Chief Engineer. Toward the beginning of 2004, I opened a production facility. Working under the name Woodshop Sound, I recorded, mixed, and mastered albums until 2007.
I have played drums in several bands, releasing two recordings. As an undergrad at Wesleyan University, I took classes with Alvin Lucier and Anthony Braxton. I also studied Samba percussion; South Indian Mridangam and vocal percussion (solkattu); Javanese gamelan; and vibraphone with Jay Hoggards.