After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
— Aldous Huxley


I took Latin for four years; I could probably read it, but can’t speak it.


At the age of two, I'd sit at this large instrument with tons of black and white keys and watch Disney movies while being babysat by my grandma. I’d play along to the songs, but had no idea what I was doing. I guess that's the first glimpse I had into just how much I love music. I learned that the big instrument was a piano and soon started lessons on it. I joined every music class I could at school, and was excited when I was finally old enough to play in the band, then choir. After 12 years of classical piano, I joined a rock band called No Expectations. In the four years we were together, we wrote and recorded an album. That's when I discovered the production part of music–the behind the scenes part. Fortunately, I was shown GROOVE U and am able to experience a whole new side to music that I discovered only a few years ago. Since then, audio production has fascinated me endlessly and I'm excited to keep learning and see where music will take me.



I play piano, guitar, harmonica, steering-wheel-drums, I write songs (both music and lyrics), and I sing