If you’ve found yourself here then probably one of a few things happened:
You listened to the Beat School podcast and you’re curious about production (welcome!).
You took one of my free courses and are ready to learn more (let’s get it).
You googled me after we matched on Tinder and ended up here (in which case, how’s Friday looking for you? Let’s do coffee).
Long story short I’m a regular ass dude who after 10 years of mistakes eventually started making dope music.
But it didn’t start out this way.
I've lived a couple different lives at this point. I've been a bartender, marketing manager, and even a high school teacher.
Originally from New York I grew up as the guy hustling his mixtape out of the backpack. You know the type. After college and a brief stint working at Island/Def Jam I realized the major label life was not for me.
I spent the last four years in Philly, but about a year ago I got fed up with how life was going so I sold all my shit, quit my job, and bought a one way ticket to a small city in Northern Thailand.
These days I create courses, mentor 1-on-1, and teach beatmakers how to produce more efficiently.
A teacher who grinds just as hard as you do.
I'm constantly looking for ways to create better content and classes for you.
So even if you’re only toying with the idea of making music here’s my advice: JUMP. It’s the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done in this life.
I’m interested in working with people who aren't afraid to disrupt and go against the grain.
My students are like minded creatives who believe in experimenting and pushing boundaries.
This is the day and age of no gatekeepers.
If you want to do something. Do it. I never said this was a piece of cake, but it’s there for the taking.
And that’s where I come in.
I’ve created a simple framework to help you make music faster, easier, and more efficiently. I take a decade of experience and boil it down into an actionable step-by-step system.
I made all the mistakes so you don’t have to.
If that resonates with you, let's shake shit up.
Life is too short not to do the damn thing,
P.S. Not sure where to start? Click this big ‘ol button and let’s get you sorted.