I am Partner/Head of Audio for Headspace Studio‘s Los Angeles facility and Head of Interactive Audio for Felix & Paul Studios.

Prior to joining Headspace Studio in 2018, I worked at Technicolor Sound Services, both at the TV & Film facility on the Paramount Studios lot and at the games-focused Sound Lab studio in Burbank, and at Formosa Interactive as Interactive Sound Supervisor. I worked in-house on AAA games at game developers such as Turtle Rock Studios, Electronic Studios, and Pandemic Studios from 2002-2014. Before joining the game industry, I worked at Line 6 on GuitarPort, an interactive guitar learning tool, Siegel+Gale as an Implementation Designer, and DDB Needham Interactive in Chicago, IL where I helped launch corporate websites for several international brands. At the age of 18, I founded interface, a print magazine that covered electronic music and electronic music software & hardware.


  • Headspace Studio, Los Angeles, CA, Partner and Head of Interactive Audio, 2018-present
  • Technicolor Sound Services, Los Angeles, CA, Sr. Technical Sound Designer, 2016-2018
  • Formosa Interactive, Burbank, CA, Interactive Sound Supervisor, 2015-2016
  • Robotoki, Sherman Oaks, CA, Lead Sound Designer, 2014
  • Turtle Rock Studios, Lake Forest, CA, Lead Audio, 2011–2014
  • Freelance, Sound Design and Music Supervision, Los Angeles, CA, 2009–2011
  • Electronic Arts, Westwood, CA, Music and Sound Supervisor, 2008–2009
  • Pandemic Studios, Westwood, CA, Sound Designer, 2004–2008
  • Sammy Studios, Sherman Oaks, CA, Lead Audio, 2002–2003
  • Line 6, Agoura Hills, CA, Music Production Coordinator, 2001–2002
  • Siegel+Gale, Los Angeles, CA, Implementation Designer, 2000-2001
  • DDB Needham Interactive, Chicago, IL, Designer, 1999
  • Dessau (band), National Concert Tour, Keyboards, 1996
  • Interface Magazine, St. Louis, MO/Chicago, IL. Founder/Publisher/Art Director, 1993-2000


  • Clayton Recording Studios, Clayton, MO, Internship Program, 1994
  • Meramec College, St. Louis, MO, Film and Radio Program, 1992-1994
  • Washington University, St. Louis, MO, KWUR Radio Broadcasting and Audio Engineering Program, 1992
  • Maryville University, Ballwin, MO, KYMC Radio Broadcast Training Program, 1991-1992