I was born in Birmingham England and was a professional musician/recording engineer/producer for twenty five years before switching my audio experience to film making in 1986. Having had my own jingle/original music composition business in Nassau Bahamas and Miami Florida, I moved to Los Angeles in 1990.
I was a house producer at Phillips records in England in the 70’s as well as a touring musician with some well known and some obscure rock bands, and made several albums in Britain, United States,France and Belgium.
I started mixing for TV and film in Miami Florida in 1986, doing local and national commercials, features and documentaries. One of the most intriguing and broadening jobs I had in the 90’s was as a member of one of the Unsolved Mysteries crews which traveled all around the U.S. and parts of Europe and Asia.
I mixed eleven seasons of “CSI” along with several other TV series but none of which had the longevity of “CSI” for which I was lucky enough to win an Emmy and a Cinema Audio Society Award in 2007.
I continue to work on movies, TV and documentaries as well as teach at the Maine Media Workshops and the New York Film Academy (Los Angeles campus)