I have been playing guitar since I was a freshman in high school. Over the years, I've had the privilege to play in quite a few different bands. This page is dedicated to my musical endeavors and allows you to access all of my ventures in one area. I've recorded multiple albums with different bands, including: Sullen Skies, Pseudocell and Hollow Frequency.

Doors of the Moon

This is my solo recording project that probably leans more alternative rock than hard rock like many of my past endeavors. Many of the songs I've written for this project (and am in the process of recording) harken back to my high school days and some of the bands I was listening to at the time. You'll probably hear influences of Incubus, Stone Temple Pilots, Third Eye Blind and Foo Fighters. "Gloom Cloud" is available on most music streaming services for your enjoyment. 

Hollow Frequency

Another of my solo recording projects and by far the oldest. HF has always been my outlet for more experimental sounds and irregular song structures. I started this project during the Pseudocell days as a way for me to not dilute that sound with more of the experimental stuff that drew my attention. It's been a while since I've released anything from this project, however, I do have some recordings that don't really fit into Doors of the Moon that will probably end up being an HF album someday in the near future. In the early days, a lot of my metal influences were on display in the recordings. These days, it's more electronic/ambient as I learn to play other instruments and use midi patches. 


Back in the day (2007-2010) I used to play in a metal/hard rock band called Pseudocell. We recorded 3 albums and played all over the UP and Northern Wisconsin. I had a blast playing with 3 of my best friends and if we all lived near each other, I'm sure we'd still be playing. Life happens though and all good things come to an end, at least temporarily. Careers pulled us apart geographically back in 2010. I'm still hopeful with all of the technology advances since then we can record some music together remotely.


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