I’m Associate Professor of Audio Technology at Columbus State University‘s Schwob School of Music, and I’m currently occupying the Sam and Jacquie Rawls Distinguished Professorship of Music, which is a rotating endowed chair.
I’ve made a lot of albums with lots of cool people. I also tour with eighth blackbird as their front-of-house engineer, and do other music technology things with them on a regular basis, like the summer Blackbird Creative Lab.
I also help out with the audio systems at The Loft, a live music venue, restaurant, bar, and recording studio in Columbus, GA. Sometimes I do consulting with businesses like Uptown Life Group and Flournoy Development Group.
Software and Hardware
I like to code, though I’m not the best programmer in the world, and I like to do small projects with electronics to solve problems. Lately I’ve been working with AES67 and enhanced a Node.js program to send audio channels over a network.
I’ve been studying the Irish Language (An Ghaeilge) for 7 years and have spent several weeks exploring Ireland, its language, and taking classes with Oideas Gael, Fairfield University, and the great folks at Let’s Learn Irish.