My studio Wire & Vice (formerly known as Burst HQ) is located in a 1920s-era post office near Harley Davidson and the original Miller brewery just outside Milwaukee, WI, and was designed with the help of renowned acoustic architectural firm Russ Berger Design Group. We've enjoyed client visits from the likes of Rihanna, Eric Benet, Maritime, Willy Porter, and Chester French... and are now a (mostly) private use facility at The License Lab with a tracking control room, a live room, 2 composing suites, and a mix room.
I’ve mixed music by bands and artists such as Nick Lowe, Field Report, Over The Rhine, Amos Lee, Blitzen Trapper, Los Lonely Boys, Phil Keaggy, Crowded House, Northern Room, The Farewell Circuit, YØUTH, The Living Statues, David Choi and Ryan Higa... and am currently accepting select projects throughout the year.
In years past, I’ve created and produced three music catalogs through my original production company The Burst Collective (Gravity, Velocity, and Mixtape). I went on to sell each of those three to a major publisher (Warner/Chappell, Universal/BMG, and Sony/ATV, respectively) and am currently creating original production music content exclusively for The License Lab.
I have composed and/or produced thousands of cues currently being used by such varied clients as Apple, Nike, Google, Microsoft, GM & Gatorade, virtually all of the top shows on HBO, ESPN, CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and all across the globe in tv, radio, advertisements, videogames and film.
If you’re interested in working together, email is the best way to reach me.