Since then, I have immersed myself deeply into many aspects of music performance and production, from audio mixing and mastering, to songwriting and live performances, as well as visual productions. My quest has always been about artistic independence, being able to come up with an idea and fully bring it to life is something that fascinates me, and that's what I've always strived for.
I didn't come from a family of musicians, but I grew up steeped in music. My father casually played the guitar in the house as I was growing up, I was curious about music but didn't have a real interest in learning until I was eight years old. At that point, I was already fascinated by the drums, so my parents agreed to enroll me at a local music school to see if that's what I really wanted to learn. For the next two decades, I studied, practiced, performed, lived and breathed music. I attended different music schools, played with many people, joined bands, formed bands, wrote songs, taught, produced, traveled and learned a lot.
Now I spend my days utilizing everything I've learned to create music that resonates with people at an emotional level, as well as helping other artists to fulfill their vision by recording, mixing/mastering their music or producing their records. Being an artist is a joint effort, and I'm really grateful to be in a position to experiment and share my ideas with the world through music.