Composing music is like creating shapes, adding light (or darkness), changing the view possibly influencing how we receive it. Music has always been about tugging at the heartstrings which evoke emotion.


I have worked for quite a few companies related to games, TV and other media, dealing with a whole spectrum of genres, always trying to create unforgettable, emotional, dynamic scores. My music has been strongly influenced by oriental music. The great attention to detail, melodies guided by compositions or the ecology of music makes us feel as though we were in a different place entirely. I most often seek inspiration in the works of composers such as Kenji Kawai, Joe Hisaishi, Shigeru Umebayashi, Akira Yamaoka and Yasunori Mitsuda.


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