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Hey, it's time for my annual "Oh yeah...I've got a website" update. Where to begin?

I spent last summer performing my score for Stoneface for 800 people a night at the Pasadena Playhouse. Historic theater, fantastic experience. We're in talks to see where the show might go next.

I've been developing an original musical called "Deadly" with Stoneface playwright Vanessa Claire Stewart about the infamous World's Fair serial killer H.H. Holmes. We've had a couple public readings at Sacred Fools Theater in LA and the Chance Theater in Anaheim. Both were received quite well and have helped guide our development of the show.

Speaking of Vanessa, if you're in the Chicago area, go see her perform in the show she co-wrote "Louis and Keely: Live at the Sahara". The woman is a supreme talent and I'm proud to do stuff with her. For that matter, make sure to watch her husband and Stoneface star French Stewart on "Mom" on CBS.

I'm finally making good on my threats to be a more active HitRECorder this year. It's paying off. My score got selected for the segment "Dick Guns", written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, produced by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, starring David Krumholtz. I get to name-drop like a champ now. My inner 13-year-old is also elated that I scored something called "Dick Guns". I also scored a segment called "Call Your Mom", a title my inner 13-year-old isn't as excited about. Very sweet piece, though. Plus, my instrumentation is all over other people's work there. Keep an eye and ear out for this season's run of "Hit Record on TV" on the Pivot network.

We are in the mixing stages of the Uberband EP. In the meantime, we're back to playing live. Get yer ass to the Silverlake Lounge on April 10th.

Aside from that, I've been occasionally doing shows with my spirit bro Marz Richards as For Lovers Only. I was able to squeeze in a vacation to China last year and made a jaunt to Washington DC for a wedding. Right now, I'm recording a score for Astro Boy and the God of Comics at Sacred Fools this summer.


I've been in rehearsals for Stoneface the past few weeks. I can't express how fantastic it's been to see our show gear up so many pro levels. If you're in Southern California, come see it. It'll be amazing. Also just finished up my vocal tracks for the Überband EP.


This site has been in dire need of a do-over. It's not entirely there yet, but this will serve for the meantime. So, what's been a-happening?

Currently, I'm gearing up for another production of Stoneface: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Buster Keaton. Our scrappy production starring French Stewart as Buster won a slew of awards when we premiered it at Sacred Fools Theater. For this next run, we'll be stepping it up considerably by staging the show at the historic Pasadena Playhouse. We're going from about 80 seats to 800. If you didn't see the show the first time, I perform the musical score live at a piano as if it were a silent movie screening. French and the rest of the cast are fantastic and it promises to be visually stunning.

I have been developing a new musical with Stoneface playwright Vanessa Claire Stewart about the exploits of serial killer H.H. Holmes. Totally new territory, but it's looking good so far.

Last month, we started tracking a new Überband EP. I'm biased because it's my band, but godammit we sound amazing.

A few lil' scoring gigs. I've started writing some music for a new web series "Sexie Veggies". And I'm writing some string quartets when I snag a few minutes.