I am a musician and the author of The 27s—The Greatest Myth of Rock & Roll. I grew up in Oslo, Norway, and have lived in Seattle, Missoula, and Boulder. I’ve been based out of Burlington, Vermont, since 2008. I travel as much as I can for work and play feel blessed and energized by visiting friends in amazing places and making music and memories from Tierra del Fuego to Zambia.
I play electric guitar, mandolin, and frequently make sounds with other stringstruments (spanish guitar, banjo, shamisen, charango). Over the past several years I’ve gotten really into sound design, production, recording, and mixing. Along with that comes an appreciation for synths and drum machines. My favorite synth at the moment is a Moog SubPhatty and for DAWs I use Ableton and Logic Pro. I work out of fuselage, a basement studio with a nice live room for tracking.
My main project is dripline. The best way to describe it is downbeat organic electronica.
I play rock guitar with Joe Adler & The Rangers of Danger.
I play mandolin, guitar, and banjo with The Wee Folkestra, a quirky Burlington music collective.