Skyrim Battle Scene

For fun, I scored a short fight scene in Skyrim, adding sound design and natural elements I recorded and edited into the mix:

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Audio Branding and Sound Design for TechChange Logo

I recently completed the audio branding and sound design for the technology-and-development company TechChange’s logo. I looked at it as a study in tension and release, the music mirroring the movement and “breathing” in the animation so as to be relate-able to the viewer. I co-wrote a blog post about the process that you can […]

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Upcoming performance of “The Adventures of Prince Achmed” in February

One of my projects, The Sepia Tones, will be performing our score of the 1926 silent film The Adventures of Prince Achmed on February 27, 2013, at Bentley University. If you haven’t checked it out yet, the film is gorgeous and I really think the score adds to movie’s sense of fun and drama. Hope […]

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Senegal- A Performing and Recording Adventure

Senegal, West Africa- what a place! I spent a few weeks’ time in October around the capitol, Dakar, doing field recording of instruments and local sounds. Being the land of djembes and talking drums, I was treated to some amazing players of these instruments, and got some fantastic recordings of these and other instruments. On […]

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Serious games? Seriously…

I’m just about to start work on sound design and music for a serious game in the health-care research field. It’s for a great cause and should help many people in the process. More details as I am allowed to mention will follow shortly… Hope everyone enjoyed their summer!

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3 brand-new projects in the works!

I am working on audio to a very interesting (and configurable) puzzle game; music and sound design for a serious game is on the horizon; and another puzzle-type iOS game needing music and sound effects is in the works… More soon, as I know more… As for new games, I’ve been enjoying Dyad- what a […]

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Pax East 2012…

The annual PAX East Game Conference starts this Friday, April 6, and I will be there! Founded eight years ago by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, creators of the popular web comic Penny Arcade, PAX East is becoming one of the most looked-forward to gaming events of the year (certainly by me)…

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