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I am a writer, composer/music producer, visual artist, and media professional based in Los Angeles, California. I spent ten years producing digital content for iconic brands such as MTV, Comedy Central, BET, Paramount, VH1, CMT, Logo TV, TV Land, and BET+.

As a composer/musician, I began my musical journey at an early age and stared my band The Freesouls with my childhood pals. The band got signed by BMG Records, the same label as OPM giants, The Eraserheads, Francis M, and RIvermaya, and released our debut album Shindig, and got a minor hit the title track.

After the Freesouls, I continued making music as a solo artist and as a member of the bands, Scarlet Gum with Sheryl Reyes and The Happy Analogues

In 2005, I wrote a song called "Bye Bye Na," and entered it into ABS-CBN's Himig Handog Songwriting Competition. The song got into the finals and I asked Rico Blanco and Rivermaya to interpret the tune, which they did incredibly well.

A few years later, another song of mine got into the finals of a songwriting contest sponsored by FILSCAP. The tune "Tayo Na sa Ulan" also became an underground hit. 

As a producer, I am active in the Asian-American music scene and produced a number of compilations to promote the artists in our community, including Stop AAPI Hate: The Benefit Album.

As a writer, I have written for a number of publications including MTV News, VH1 News, and BET News.

As a visual artist and illustrator, I worked on various digital projects and collectibles. See my recent collection here.

I am currently working at APM Music (co-owner by Sony Music Publishing & Universal Publishing Music.) in Hollywood, California overseeing digital production.

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