Waking Oni has brought me on to score the rhythmic fighting game, “Bushido Bots”! I am thrilled to be on the team and can not wait to bring more adaptive music experiences. This game is being developed during the Playcrafting Anywhere Jam and sponsored by Google Stadia.
I had the pleasure to write for Game Music.net about Beyond Oasis. A game/soundtrack I loved as a child. The article was published Feb 6th, 2020. I had no idea it would receive a decent amount of praise.
E3 2019 is coming and most of us are getting mildly excited. When I started going to E3 six years ago now, (WHOA MY GOODNESS time flies!) I was happy and confused as to what was the best guide to make industry friends. In addition, I was conflicted because I was a game player first and was also engaged in the industry as a professional. I needed a proper map to navigate which would fulfill my game playing fix and meet people as well. Read More
Another E3 in the bag. This year is the first time I went by myself. It felt nice. I was able to come and go as I please each day and wander until my heart’s content. I met up with old friends and made new ones. Here are some of the things I learned this year.
Recently, I was asked by a collegue to give them a list of my favorite game soundtracks. As a videogame composer I normally consume a lot of video game music. Recently, I rarely get to listen to the full soundtracks anymore. I have select songs from the soundtracks that I am fond of. However, I have listened to some full soundtracks that I can recommend. So, here is my personal list of soundtracks that I have listened to in full, have changed my life and that I feel are wonderful to experience as well. Please note these are in no particular order. It is just whatever I find.