Your Role in 25 Words or Less
My role is to establish new methods of getting our audio assets to the market and innovating ways to satisfy our current customers.
Apply yourself and figure it out.
Favorite ALIBI Site Tip
The Power Player is your friend! Everything you need for the track – stems, alt mixes, track details & composer/publishing info – is in there. Just look for and click the lightning bolt symbol to the right of any track.
Your Start in Music
I began playing bass for different bands at 16 before getting into touring production for major artists (Wiz Khalifa, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Foreigner), work that had me on the road extensively. In early 2015, I got my start in production music at a small library, where I was taught every facet of the business. I have worked in production music every day since then.
Something Surprising About Your Work
I spend a lot more time working with and discussing technology and data than music.
Coolest Part of Your Job
Working with our team. We have a great camaraderie that feels like a family. The support we give each other allows us to be innovative and take some risks that I feel strongly will be a massive boon for ALIBI in the near future.]
Biggest Challenge Facing the Industry
One of the biggest issues affecting our business is the value of music in a digital world. Technology has made access to music easier than ever, but it’s had a major impact on how people perceive both its value and the time it takes to create a piece of music.
Favorite Musical Artist/Act
The band Queen.
I play bass/guitar/piano/synth and have written a few pieces for chamber and full orchestra.
Random Non-Work Fun Fact About You
While I was touring in a band, I lived in England. And now I drink tea, love Indian food and avidly watch Everton. Got that, mate?
I’ve just finished composing an album called