Before studying at Berklee, I attended the highly acclaimed arts high school in Miami Florida, New World School of the Arts. While at New World, I studied with teachers, Ciro Fodere and Lajos Zeke, advancing my understanding of music and piano performance. I was the recipient of the 2009 New World Symphony Orchestras Concerto Competition for my performance of Prokofiev's Piano Concerto Number 1.
At Berklee College of Music, I had the privilege to study piano performance with Alon Yavnai, Robert Christopherson, Russell Hoffmann and Tim Ray. I am an avid multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, bass, drums and keyboard for many different bands and groups. I also took courses in education, production, and business while a student at Berklee. After graduating in 2015, I went on to pursue my career in Chicago where I play for professional acts as a drummer, guitarist and studio musician.