I had the greatest honor and opportunity to be on my first game audio panel at Rhubarb Studios sponsored by Game-School and LA Indie Devs!
As mentioned in a previous post, some of my music was added into a video game streaming station RPGamers Network Radio.
After a long and trying development process the sequel to I Can’t Escape is officially out!
I am SUPER HAPPY to tell you that the game ” Super Happy Fun Block” is now on the iTunes App Store.
Another game that I have been working hard on with Fancy Fish Games has been released along with the soundtrack! ADventure Lib!
It has been a long time since I was offered a library contract. I think it has been since 2009 actually. Well, I have officially signed on with Barn Fire Music!!!!
Barn Fire Music is founded by Kevin Manthei, one of my favorite video game composers known for the Invader Zim theme. I am mostly a fan of his music from the Jagged Alliance 2 game. I played that game so much in my adolescence.
Now, tracks that I created 10 plus years ago have been recycled and revived and live in an aspiring library. I am a true believer that all music is timeless. It just depends on when the music is introduced where it can have a new life or live on forever.
You can listen to some the music tracks here. Enjoy!
Michael, the host for VG Island Podcast, has just put out a new episode and has surprised me by featuring the ‘Deity Quest OST” !!
Okay, so some things have happened. I met a developer named Joshua Kingsbury at a movie screening and he was looking for music for his game so he could submit it to a ton of festivals. We met for tea and I played a build of his game. Once I played it, I knew this was a game I wanted to be apart of.
I happy share with you all that I have officially signed my contract with Omiya Games and will be the sound designer (and hopefully composer) of “Not A Clone” (a satire mobile of all the mobile games in the market).