I started my musical journey learning the guitar. I practiced scales, learnt etudes and duets but even after a few lessons I started experimenting and writing short little compositions. I couldn’t help it.
Highschool was where I really started to embrace music. It never really entered my head not to write music and so I did.
A defining moment was when I went and auditioned as a vocalist at Southern Cross University. Thankfully they had the foresight to ask each potential candidate what they wanted to do with music as a career. My responses made them suggest I try out for music composition. I went on to study music composition for 3 years.
I’ve written music for the bands and other musical projects. Below is a taste of those projects.
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A personal project that came from some sessions I had been doing with The Champion & His Burning Flame. Dave… Read more Board Of Transportation
This royalty free spaghetti western track was a bit of a composition and production exercise for me. The goal was… Read more Bring Me The West
This is an acoustic cover of the Board of Transportation song “Lines & Powerlines”. It features 12-string and baritone acoustic… Read more Lines & Powerlines
This was a song that came together out of some “noodling” on guitar in the studio while I was working… Read more New Beginnings
This song began life about four years ago when I was commissioned to write a song similar to Faded by… Read more The Sun Will Rise
This piece came out of a desire to write something in the style of spaghetti western standoff piece with that… Read more The Tumbleweed’s Dance
This solo project was originally supposed to be a full-length album but time didn’t permit and it ended up being… Read more Vanity Agony Thirst
After writing my first spaghetti western royalty free song “Bring Me The West” I wanted to try a spaghetti western… Read more Whiskey Bottle Dawn