I play fiddle, guitar, mandolin and bouzouki. Music has been a major part of my life from a very early age; I got my first fiddle at age two and a half. I draw my inspirations from various traditional music genres, and from modern day innovators and tradition bearers such as Darol Anger, Brittany Haas, Liz Carroll, Grant Gordy, Jacob Jolliff, Joe K. Walsh, Alex Hargreaves, John Doyle, Bryan Sutton, Alasdair Fraser, and Bruce Molsky.
I currently with REDS band, an innovative string folk quartet. We have been featured at venues around the greater Pacific Northwest, including Seattle's Folklife Festival, the Bellingham Folk Festival, and the Washington Center for the Performing Arts. In addition to REDS band, I play in a duo with my brother Sage. I also play in Riff Raff, a contra dance band, regularly playing for dances from Seattle to Portland.
In the past I have performed with The Bow Pullers, and in a duo with Carl Dexter. Click here to listen to some of my work with Carl.