Weapon of a Man is my second project. Composed of my most transparent songs to date, the homegrown folk rhythms make way for a deeper lyric to take root. The songs offer a warm vulnerability met with cold realities wrapped in disarming melody.
Bull Moose Music
Learning To Fly was my first project. It was what I called “rough-cut recordings” from my tiny loft studio. And while the tracks weren’t perfectly balanced or mastered, they were intimate. They were an invitation into the room while the music was being created. All 16 tracks were written and recorded in a span of 10 months chronicling a journey of learning to fly: learning that falling is part of that process and finding that love is indeed the most powerful tangible in this life. The songs and stories wrestle with life and the God who created it.