Last year, I was a part of many incredible recording projects.
I recorded live sets of some amazing musicians at Birdland Jazz Club, and Ginny’s Supper Club, including Grammy award winning  Kurt Elling, Ann Hampton CallawayGrace Kelly with the Django Reinhardt Festival All Stars, Rondi Charleston, Brianna Thomas and Veronica Swift. Some recordings will be used for the upcoming documentary She’s Got Jazz by Burns Media Productions. You can hear snippets of these recordings below.

Live recordings have started at Pete’s Candy Store! I’ve had the pleasure to record and mix some amazing sets so far. Most recently, Tim and The Tall Boys (NYC) had an exciting month long residency in January.
Other amazing performances from Erin Kron (Los Angeles, CA), Major Glen (Glendale, CO), Mississippi Cotton (NYC), and Tory Silver (Boston, MA), who released her entire set as an album on her Bandcamp, mixed and mastered by myself.

I’ve been working on a passive, balanced microphone splitter with Jensen transformers. The circuit board has been sent out to be printed, and I’ll be excited to share more info once it’s completed.
I’m always happy to be engineering at my two favorite studios, Douglass Recording, and Mighty Toad Recording Studio. I’m very excited about a few projects that I worked on that will be coming out this year!


I engineered over 35 audiobooks in 2017 for some great publishers, including Harper, Penguin Random House, Macmillan, Scholastic and Recorded Books. Two of those won Audiophile Magazine’s monthly Earphones Award, including Windy City Blues, read by Robin Miles, and The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre, read by January LaVoy. Fire and Fury by Michael Wolfe generated a lot of headlines in the news for it’s unique look from inside the Trump White House. I had a blast engineering the audio book version with Holter Graham narrating.