Current work and collaborations:
Con Fullam | Writer, producer, Portland, Maine
Painters, Players & Poets, a multi-media collaborative Maine-based art installation, is the brainchild of Con Fullam. I was honored to be one of the 48 artists, poets and composers from Maine chosen for this project, along with my good friend, Sean Beavers. We collaborated on a piece entitled, "Orion Over Northern Maine." This traveling exhibit, launched at The Lewis Gallery at the Portland Public Library, has touched down in galleries across the state, from Boothbay Harbor to Farmington to Waterville.
Pihcintu Multinational Children's Chorus is a group of young women who live in the greater Portland, Maine area, but who have come from countries as far away as Sudan, China and Somalia, and use music to help heal and move forward from often heartwrenching circumstances. As accompanist, co-arranger and audio producer, I have enjoyed many opportunities with the group, including an appearance on the TODAY Show as well as live performances. The group's signature song, "Around the World," written by Con Fullam and co-arranged and co-produced by me, is set to be released on a Putumayo World Music compliation in the fall of 2012. It will be available at Starbucks worldwide.
Ted Sink | Songwriter, Portsmouth New Hampshire
Ted and I have walked through heaven and hell together in the last ten years. He is a remarkable musician, and a dear friend. His material covers a wide swath, indeed.. but centers somewhat around folk, country and jazz.
We have just completed his fourth release, Fountainhead (2012), of which i am very proud.
Please review our past catalogue of works here:
Nothing Changes - 2008
Superette - 2005
Superette on You Tube - 2009
Mistaken - 2002
Rick Page | Songwriter, Laconia New Hampshire
Rick page is an incredibly talented songwriter - mostly in the country genre, but his knack goes across the board.
We are about six years into the process of demo recording his entire catalogue.. but it's impossible to keep up - he just keeps writing, and keeps getting better and better (and better).
I believe his success is inevitable.
Also.. check out his band the Round-Ups. I had the pleasure of playing a show with them - opening for Jason Aldean.