I am a professional software developer, but when I'm not writing software, I love to make music!
I first became obsessed with electronic music in the early 80’s by being exposed to the fascinating music of John Carpenter, and later Tangerine Dream which are two of my biggest influences. Additional major influences include Carbon Based Lifeforms, Enya, Deep Forest, Kraftwerk, Vangelis, and Christopher Franke. Most of my work reflects those major influences.
My style is mostly Ambient, Symphonic Electronica, and Soundtrack
In 2006 I released my album The Maestoso Interstellar Suite. This album contains a continuous piece of space music split across 6 movements.
In 2008 I released La Famille Du Solénoïde, which is a musical tour through our solar system, inspired by the book The Planets by Dava Sobel.
Four years later in 2012 brought the release For the Willow Wept…. For the Willow Wept is a collection of soothing electronic music about those once lost and those found.
March of the Inanimate was released in October 2014 which is a homage to the classic horror movie soundtracks produced by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth who co-wrote the music to classics such as Halloween, the Fog, and numerous others
Ambient Highways, released in August of 2015, represents what I believe is some of my best music yet.
Starting with Neutrino and its particle like sequences that rise and fall throughout the track and then being thrown immediately into a 1940's noir like state with V Feeling (a homage to the classic Greek composer Vangelis), you won't feel as if this album is repetitive at all.
The album’s title song Ambient Highways comprises lush pads and a soft melody surrounding the listener in a blanket of symphonic electronica.
Additional songs on this release range from a melancholy like feeling to an exuberant state in their overall composition, yet pulls the listener through theses emotions with the albums crescendoing track Keeping the Dream Alive.
If you're looking for some ambient-style music that is relaxing and easy to listen to, then check out Ambient Highways.
I'm sure there is something to please just about everyone