@ Real Art Tacoma March 2017

real art collageDaddy Issues _ Real ArtReal Art_ Ramona

Tacocat https://soundcloud.com/tacocat-official

Daddy Issues https://soundcloud.com/daddyissuesofficial



@ The Hideout Feb 2017

(from left to right)

Bogi  https://soundcloud.com/heresbogi

bandapears: https://soundcloud.com/bandapears

Harland Griffin: https://soundcloud.com/harlandgriffin206

Hezza Fezza: https://soundcloud.com/hezzafezza

Sir Nicolas: https://soundcloud.com/sir_nicolas

SlickBackMac: https://soundcloud.com/slickbackmac

Distinct Thursdays @ Lucky Liquor Jan. 2017

at the start of 2017, I began my internship with Distinction Music Management – a local agency dedicating to provide local music artists a performance and marketing outlet in Seattle. For a few months, DMM held monthly gigs at Lucky Liquor in Tukwila, but has retired that since then. This was our January lineup.

Hekl, The Mad Scientist https://soundcloud.com/heklthemadscientist

DJ Corndogg https://soundcloud.com/dj-corndogg

Ancient Mariner

Raven Matthews https://soundcloud.com/ravenmatthews

Michete http://www.michete.com/, https://soundcloud.com/michetemusic

My first Animated Music Video

Since graduation, I have had a hard time. Feeling uninspired, and ultimately depressed. Over the April Fool’s Day weekend, I was in Seattle for a music show, supporting friends and acquaintances, when the idea of combining this song with footage of the new fifth season.

The new episodes of Samurai Jack have been a mild to moderate obsession since it has managed to tap into this bank of nostalgia that has been part of current trend, but one that I managed to ignore until now.

The song, created by Youngster Jiji is a song that has thematically and theatrically captured my interest and imagination since Halloween last year with the use of dynamic dualism, conflicting emotions, and energy.

The experience took me less than 36 hours, and I gotta say, I’m quite pleased with myself. Back when I was taking an editing class, I had such a rush and excitement in my work, and it felt good to feel that again.

For clairvoyance and transparency, I do not own the materials of said footage, but I strongly support them, and encourage others to do so.



My second one-act play

Over the summer of 2016, I wrote my second one-act.

Not the original idea I planned on writing, but the one I managed to finish.

When fall semester started I submitted it for the 2016 production of Stage One, but no luck.

Maybe I’ll get a chance to revise it, and improve upon it at some point.

Reach out to me if you’re interested to read it and offer some constructive criticism; till then it’s on the shelf.