I am elated to say that I am officially represented by a publicist who specializes in the Video Game and Game Audio field of promotion.
Mariusz Borokowski has selected me out of many other composers to be represented by his new publicist company Game Music PR. This means more image promotion, less, marketing and promotion for me so I can focus on creative work as well as possible bigger gigs for Indie Games.
This is a big deal for me because I when I was seeking representation I was overlooked by other game audio representatives who only focused on the big AAA composers or games that would gain recognition. They were not interested in pulling in AA composers or composers who needed the extra marketing push to reach the next level. I want to be clear though that I have no hard feelings against them at all.
I am most humble that Mariusz is willing to collaborate with me and help me achieve my goals. I can feel that this will be a great working relationship.
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.