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Website of the award-winning composer based out of the Greater Boston area (USA) and São Paulo, Brazil.


I will periodically share something here as a way of greeting visitors with something new. It could be a piece of music, a game or film I scored, or something else related to music composition. For more music, navigate over to the music tab, or check out my Soundcloud page for my latest music. Thanks for stopping by!

2020 Countdown – 10 Tracks in 10 Days

As we near the end of the decade, I’ve taken some time to look back upon the music I’ve written over the past ten years and realized a few things…

  1. Whatever improvements I’ve made as a composer are pretty subjective. There’s some music I wrote nearly 10 years ago that I like better than the music I’m writing today!
  2. The area of growth I’ve improved upon the most has to do with experience & versatility – the ability to adapt to new projects and genres to get things right earlier in the process.
  3. I still have a TON of unreleased music that I either shelved or didn’t bother releasing. I’ll spend these last 10 days of 2019 going through my old stuff and release a track per day – starting now.

Check back here daily to hear a new unreleased track!

Earthrise

New track “Earthrise” features soft strings, brass, flute, and harp. What began as an exercise with harmonic progressions gradually developed into a short, peaceful epilogue. Outside inspiration came from the beautiful “Ad Astra” soundtrack by Max Richter. Enjoy!

O Sonho

O Sonho (The Dream) features music box, piano, strings, flute, and oboe. A through-composed journey built upon a simple idea.

Today

New track “Today” features piano, orchestra, and ethnic percussion & flute. Sunset image taken last Fall while hiking over Pedra da Mina in Brazil. Enjoy 🙂

The River

I did not originally intend for this piece to sound so sad. That all changed when I started playing around with Cinematic Studio Series’ new Solo Strings library. They naturally have an expressive and emotional sound (heavy in vibrato) which definitely helped inspire the somber, bittersweet mood in the music. After finishing the piece, I struggled to pick a name for the music. I almost named it ‘No More Pain’ or ‘Solitude’, but ultimately decided upon ‘The River’ after discovering one of my father’s photos which I felt really resonated with the music.
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