To me, architecture and music are the most elegant storytellers about our societal, technological, and aesthetic values. They communicate our past, present, and future in a universal language everyone can connect with. My niche is mechanical and electrical noise, room acoustics, sound isolation, and signal processing. I am well versed in current architectural design trends and technology, especially high grade recording studio and audio equipment. My word choice is just as significant as my expertise: I take the time to notice how clients absorb information and communicate accordingly.
What Matters Most
I have always known I needed to work with sound and music to feel like I’m making a difference, because ultimately this is what matters to me. I have tried my hand at being a musician, audio engineer, and composer; and working as an acoustical consultant feels like home. An internship for a Los Angeles recording studio first opened my eyes (and ears) to the principles of acoustics. Today, I keep the love of music alive by mixing audio and playing electric bass. I continue learning about architecture, philosophy, and the arts (and how they have impacted each other over time).