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I make music.

Mostly with a kick drum.
Sometimes with ukulele.


I was born in a log cabin, raised by wolves... Ah, screw it!

Music producer/sound designer/oh-what-a-good-dancer.

I started playing around with music back in 1992 using an ancient Commodore Amiga computer, but for a long time it was just a hobby. Things changed in early 2000s when I was offered, out of the blue, to make music for a mobile game. It has turned out decent enough and this is how I began producing MIDI sounds for Java games for next couple of years. 

In 2009 I got myself involved in so-called library or production music and commenced creating background instrumentals for media. At the beginning I was doing stock music and then, in 2018, I switched to TV/film music libraries and never really looked back. And that's where I am today. ​Producing music in my control room surrounded by a ton of gear and feeling like Captain Kirk, especially when the postman rings the doorbell and I'm forced to put my pants on at a warp speed!

My music has been featured in many TV shows like: Love After Lockup, Shark Week, WWE Smackdown, BT Sport (UFC), The Unicorn (CBS), Blood, Sweat and Tears (ESPN). Some of my most recent placements include Netflix documentary titled "Creating an Army of the Dead". 

In spare time I enjoy exploring retro-future funk territories with my project Melba or devote a bit of time to so-called retro computer demoscene. ​​​

Beyond that, give me a nice pair of naturals and I'm a happy boy.


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