I have over 12 years of professional experience in audio engineering and production, including as front-of-house engineer and sound designer for national and international music festivals and multimedia venues. My “unofficial career” in audio started in high school with a single radio show episode exclusively edited in Cool Edit ProI have since served as an audio engineer in multiple venues and institutions, including as a graduate fellow and staff technician at the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia (CEMI) from 2013 to 2017, helping produce hundreds of multimedia concerts, talks, and events. I have taught music composition and audio technology since 2012. My audio courses cover a wide gamut of topics ranging from audio fundamentals to advanced sound synthesis and interactive video game music. Currently, I work as audio reinforcement technical director at the University of North Texas’ College of Music, which is the largest public music school in the United States, typically presenting over 1000 music recitals and recorded events per year.


  • Recording: experience with solo & chamber configurations, various bands
  • Editing: music, podcasts, promos, video (weekly since 2015)
  • Live sound: concerts, festivals, presentations & panel talks (weekly 2014-17)
  • Concert production: classical music and jazz recitals, shows, multimedia concerts, sound design
  • Studio production: well-versed in contemporary mixing & mastering tools & techniques
  • System design: Dante audio networking certification (level 3), Harman Pro Audio Designer Certification, Shure Integrated Systems certification (level 2), Shure RF certification, experience with drawing block diagrams, hookup diagrams, and speaker plots
  • Resources admin: webmaster, inventory, tech riders & contracts
  • Consoles Used: Yamaha CL, QL & M7CL series • SSL Duality SE • Soundcraft Vi3000 • Allen & Heath ML series & MixWizard WZ4