A strong career built on experiences in many different fields of sound engineering and sound design. A passion for manipulating and controlling sound has been at the core of this journey.
Discovering stereo music at age 7 listening to The Beatles, was one of his earliest memories with sound, realizing the left speaker had different instruments than the right speaker. A curiosity turned into a lifelong career, that has spanned from an internship in the main performing arts center in Venezuela, to some of the most revered institutions in New York City.
Based in NYC for 14 years, working as Sound Designer, Sound Engineer, Acoustic Consultant, 5.1 Mixer, music mixer, recording engineer. With credits that include work with The Met Museum, MoMA, PS-1, TATE Britain, Sundance Film Festival, Times Square Alliance, Michael Kors, CreativeTime, The Pulitzer Center. Theater sound design work at 3LD Center for the Performing Arts. at La Mama, Columbia University, The New Ohio, INTAR, HERE, PS-122, CSC. With theater companies like One Eighth, New Georges, Caborca, 3-legged dog, Chris Henry & Royal Family Productions, and others.
With extensive experience in audio-post, recording and mixing for online, TV and radio spots. As well as oral history projects, like ArtCart, The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation archives, among others.
His most recent exploration is into the world of luthiers, making and designing electric guitars and basses for his own brand, MFG Guitars.
After graduating at Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts, in Orlando, FL (now Full Sail University), he spent years working in the music industry in South Florida, before moving to New York. He interned at Crescent Moon, Gloria & Emilio Estefan's recording studio, and became part of the music production machinery of that city, what came to be known as "The Latin Explosion" at the time. This is where he received his first Grammy Awards.
The Full Sail education were preceded by a few years of on the job training while working as sound engineer at The Teresa Carreño Theater, in Caracas, Venezuela, the largest performing arts center in the country. For 6 years he was part of the audio and video team of this 2500 seat space. Opera, ballet, philharmonic orchestras, that's where he developed his first chops, recording, sound reinforcing, and controlling the acoustics of that space.