I'm moving in the direction of timeless, instrumental music
that has no time signature.

With a professional musician/producer for a father, a mother who trained in classical violin as a youth, a grandmother who trained in classical piano, and a grandfather who was a classically-trained singer and music minister, time signatures should have been encoded in my DNA. But, despite years of piano lessons, and having a heavy background in music, twenty-four hour exposure to it (even helping to record sessions at the studio), and an appreciation for many different styles, when I started writing music for my film ideas at sixteen, my sense of time was, shall we say, cryptic. Music melded with film formed its own sense of time for me. I have matured significantly since then, but the soundscores I write remain a matter of conversation with the image.

Though I'm familiar with the works of many composers for film, at the beginning, due my interest in horror, I was heavily influenced by the scores of late ‘60s and early ‘80s European horror cinema (Fabio Frizzi, Goblin, etc), which will be obvious in the earlier tracks.

For those who are curious, I used to write in GarageBand but have switched over to Logic.

Below are a few soundtracks and some cover music I've done as well.

Nearly the entirety of the soundscapes used in Kafka's Supermarket (with the exception of the end credits theme and a replay of "Haste In Slow Motion"") along with the original score from Hard Drive. Released December 9, 2018.

Inter Ice Age 4
Released December 3, 2018

Witchfinder General Themes
My alternate soundtrack to the 1960s Vincent Price horror film Witchfinder General. The original film was based on the grizzly and inhumane trials held by witch hunter Matthew Hopkins. Released August 8, 2018

A mixed media audioscape to accompany the catastrophic results of distilled time and industrial decay, titled after the third track that acts as an abstract adaption of the Jean-Paul Satre novel of the same name. Inspired by the xerox collage scene of the late 1980s. Released July 13, 2018

Thinklematter Monthly Album 2
Released May 11, 2018

Soundtrack to Weightless Bird in a Falling Cage
Released November 20, 2017

The Narrative Album
Released November 20, 2017

Soundtrack to 0/0/0/0 (Spiral Film)
Released October 12, 2017

Thinklematter Monthly Album 1
Released June 14, 2017

A Wilderness Within Hell
Soundscore for my Madhouse Mitchel film. Released April 13, 2017

Part 1 & Part 2
Released January 26, 2017

These two tracks were originally intended to be included in Bio Communion. Released October 24, 2016

Bio Communion
Bio Communion was written for a film idea I had for Frankenstein. Released September 25, 2016

Vaulting School - New Catastrophic Audio, 2018
Vocals - Aaron D. Kearns

Vaulting School - Covers of Joy Division's "Dead Souls" and Neon's "Lobotomy", 2018
Vocals - Aaron D. Kearns

Epopea, 2016
Remix of vintage 1970s footage. Cover of Goblin tune by Aaron Kearns.