Who I am.
I agree with Frank Zappa when he said "Talking about music is like dancing about architecture".
My grandfather was a carpenter, and he made my first guitar out of some closet doors.
I like people just like him who create marvellous things without taking themselves too seriously. I believe this is true for music, love, carpentry, commerce,
I write soundtracks for film and television, and I feel lucky because I have always worked with people who love their job, and not only that: people who feel responsible
for what they do and for the role they play, who do not just stick to the idea that everything sucks, but roll up their sleeves, involve other people, and start doing
something to make the world a better place.
I write music because I need to turn the ordinary flow of life into an equally transcendent flow of sound. I always feel that the emotion produced by music conceals
the same combination of wonder, awareness and mystery.
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