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I'm a lifelong traveler.

I was conceived in New Jersey and born in Alaska.

By the age of 10,  I had crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice by boat, traveled throughout western Europe, lived in France, Germany and Virginia, swam naked in the Pentagon (that's right, THE Pentagon - I have witnesses!) and settled in Colorado for the next 33 years.

The transcendent qualities of music helped save me from total implosion in my youth. As a young man I played bass and sang in rock & progressive rock bands for 15 years...desperately seeking those timeless moments of opening to the greater reality of life.
In 1989 something magical happened the first time I walked into a metaphysical store...  I heard a sound that would change my life forever: it was a recording of the Gyuto monks from Tibet. For the next 10 years I tried, unsuccessfully, to mimic their deep voice overtone chants.
In 1994 I found a crystal on a mountaintop in South Park, Colorado.
It was as if the ground shifted beneath my feet.
I was immediately laid off from my job. A couple months later my beloved band broke up.
This marked the beginning of my journey into healing arts as an expression of my spiritual path.
In 1997 I began holding meditation circles in my home in Denver, Colorado. My intention was to hold a space where people could let go of distractions and reconnect with the Earth, with Source and utilize the power of group intention to broadcast prayers of healing for the Earth and humanity. As more people began to show up, many reported having extraordinary experiences.
In the meditation circles I began to use vocal harmonics to transmit the energies I was experiencing.
In 1999 I met my beloved wife during a spiritual retreat at Mount Shasta.
Later that year the Tibetan style deep voice came through me which opened a whole new dimension of healing and transformation through music and sound...

This music is coming through now, in these chaotic times to help us re-member our total connection to each other and All That Is.
This is how our paths have crossed today.