As a young lad I studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Calgary. I started recording in my late teens because I wanted to be able to record harmony parts to my trumpet performances. That led to a lifetime of engineering and producing.

Over the years I engineered and produced hundreds of projects in just about any style you can imagine including Country, Dance, Rock, Pop and Reggae.

In the 1980s I recorded more Reggae sessions than I can remember and I developed a real love for the music. As a result, in 1986, I won Top Reggae Recording Studio in Canada. Check out the Music Releases section of the web site for my latest releases.

In the late 80s, I started producing mainstream Dance music for our label NBH Records, which was distributed by Sony Music. Several hits were the most heavily played Dance music in Canadian radio history. Check out my “Pop The Trumpet” album featuring Pop music. Enjoy.

And did I mention I also like motorcycles?