The Studio

At Z | Music, I strive to provide realistic music to every client.

A Composer's studio is where the creativity is realized. Thus, to best represent the latest creative juices, having state-of-the-art tools is a must. The speed of a computer is crucial to the efficiency of your workflow. Working on a 27-inch iMac with an i7 processor, 32Gb's of RAM, and 3TB's of hard drive space, my speed is top-notch. 

A Composer also has to have a great set of software libraries. Below is a list of my foremost libraries:

Orchestral Libraries

Hollywood Strings

Berlin Woodwinds Exp. B

CineBrass Core

Spitfire's Albion One

The 1969 Steinway Piano


8Dio's Liberis (Boy's Choir)


Audio Imperia's Shredders

Numerous Spitfire LAB Libraries

Retro Machines


I can also play a number of real instruments that I use in some of my music such as Guitar, Mandolin, Penny Whistle, and more. I am also privileged to know plenty of talented musicians of different instruments as well as vocalists. They often prove invaluable.

About me

Born into a family with a long legacy of music, I began writing music as soon as my hands could reach the keys...and haven't stopped since. 

Aside from natural ability, my music education started early with piano lessons and choir. After graduating high school, I have continued my music education through avenues such as self-study, college, internships, and hands-on experience. Howard Shore says, "Music is essentially an emotional language, so you want to feel something from the relationships and build music based on those feelings." At Z | Music, I strive with utmost to put feeling and emotion in my music.

I am currently studying Cinematic Orchestration and Music for the Media, two Premium courses offered by British music school, ThinkSpace Education.