I’m a Costa Rican artist and audio engineer based in New York. It’s my mission to make the world a better place through sounds and vibrations.
I have worked as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer for Grammy-Award winning saxophonist Johnny Butler, as well as assistant recording engineer for drummer Steve Jordan and bassist Jerry Barnes. I’m also lucky enough to have worked with artists such as: Scotch Mist, Nicolle Jadad, Moncho Berry, Beshken, Gianluca Girard, José Benjamín Escobar, Galeana, Sight of Emptiness and many more. I also had a brief stint working as mix assitant for Alex Tumay.
I attended Berklee College of Music as a performance major and then sharpened my skills as an engineer in NYU’s Music Tech Master’s program where I was lucky enough to learn from Kevin Killen and Paul Geluso.