I had the distinct honor of playing fiddle parts for Ryan Ike on Where the Water Tastes like Wine!
I had the great pleasure of performing the violin parts on Andrew Aversa’s new game trailer for Tangledeep.
Three hours of music for Tiny Barbarian DX was released, including special content only found on the soundtrack album.
I’m very proud of this chiptune album. I considered it a real opportunity to push myself and develop a new composition style. The results were more than I could have imagined when we began development five years ago.
Tiny Barbarian DX is complete and released on Switch! Also available on Steam.
I converted an unused track from Timespinner for an audio demo of Super Audio Cart PC by Impact Soundworks. I love these old classic PC sounds from the 90s, this was definitely a fun little side project.
Yesterday, I was asked by the wonderful composer Pedro Macedo Camacho to record the string parts for a game trailer, and today it was released! Super honored to be a part of this awesome music.
Mirror Image is the 63rd FREE community arrangement album published by OverClocked ReMix, which arranges music from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES in honor of its 25th anniversary year in the U.S.
I had the pleasure of remixing the music from the Opening Demo.
I’ve had the privilege of playing violin for Jason Graves on Moss, a new VR title by Polyarc Games. Also happy to be remotely working with Kristin Naigus and Malukah to make this music unforgettable. It’s an honor to collaborate with them both.
Window to the Stars is the 61st FREE community arrangement album published by OverClocked ReMix and arranges music from the Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars soundtrack for the SNES. It features 34 tracks by 29 artists arranging music from this unique collaboration between Nintendo and Square, which blended gameplay from both the Mario and Final Fantasy series.
I had the pleasure of remixing “Still, the Road is Full of Dangers!”, and gave it a Klezmer twist.
Mindful Education is one of my favorite episodes of Steven Universe, and I’m always reminded how fortunate I am to work on a show like this. Rebecca Sugar, along with Aivi and Surrashu, have written amazing music for the show, and it’s such a pleasure to provide strings for them.