Yesterday I played a solo set out in Winchester at Willow Grove that was part of a brand new music festival that we will hopefully see grow and happen again for many years to come. The setting was gorgeous with a picturesque lake and willow trees as the backdrop to the stages, and the weather was just about as lovely as anyone could hope for on a summer's day in Virginia. I got to see a lot of great RVA friends perform as well as some different bands from elsewhere around Virginia whom I hadn't seen live before. All in all it was great day out of town.
My set was one of the last of the day, after sunset, and myself along with two other more experimental acts performed within the confines of an old stone barn foundation. It was pretty magical and for me it was nice as it had the intimacy of playing a house show or small venue... while still being outside and having the stars and clouds visible overhead. As is often the case when I perform, I really let the surroundings inform the music, so between the stone and the dirt and all the new faces it made for a pretty epic set. Huge thanks to all the festival organizers, all the bands and everyone who came out for making it it such a wonderful day!
I am a musician, engineer, luthier and audio/visual artist currently residing in
Thank you for being here.
Thank you for listening.
You can find me on stage coaxing any number of sounds out of my homemade electric dulcitars in conjunction with assorted effects, looping mechanisms and sometimes sound reactive video projections.
You can find me behind the scenes recording the music of fellow Richmond area artists in a addition to my own musical works.
I also work full time for
Richmond Ballet as A/V supervisor and do freelance theatrical sound and projection design from time to time.