My artistic journey began when I received my first guitar as a birthday present, at the age of five. Then, to get through high school, I used drawing to keep my hyperactive mind busy. It allowed me to step away from boredom, and create my own imaginary world. This world was located somewhere between vinyl album artwork and Bugs Bunny’s fantasies.
In college, I studied Fine Arts and Communication Arts. At night and on weekends, I played bass with various local punk rock, emocore and post-rock bands. I was then exploring every possible creative avenue. Music was becoming the central point of my life. During this period, I recorded and toured with bands: Unsafe, June, Equilibrium, MyDay, Sound of Freedom, and Land of Nubia. Since then, I have been using music as his main creative outlet.
After many years of touring and somewhat intense living, I decided to slow down and do something gracefully important. I founded a family. Taking a break from the road and the bands, I refocused my career on songwriting. To help him improve my work, I recently completed a Master Certificate in Production and Songwriting, at Berklee Online.
Along with creating music for Tecosha, I also write for other artists and sync projects.
I am currently living and working in Vancouver, BC (Canada). I am a proud father of two with whom I enjoy the West Coast lifestyle.
Peacefulness and positivity remain a common thread throughout all of my work. As an artist, my goal is to make a difference by creating and sharing beauty.