Born and raised in Aarhus, Denmarks second largest city. I have always had a huge interest in music, attending different music classes since I could barely walk.
I started playing the saxophone when I was 7 years old, later adding Bass, Cello and a load of other instruments to my inventory.
When I was 16, I discovered the world of electronic music, and that soon overtook my record collection, pushing out the rock and metal. I started making music in Reason which sparked my interest in software and hardware.
I quickly expanded my horizons and started making a lot of different things, visuals, games and complex max/msp patches.
I’m currently living in Copenhagen, but am able to relocate as needed.
Music has always been a great part of my life, but I had no idea that sound in general would be my main focus professionally.
I entered HTX for two years after I finished my boarding school stay at Klejtrup Musikefterskole, but found out that was not the way for me, so I entered an intense course in music theory at ‘Det Benhårde Musikkursus’ and joined Frontsessions Electro-course immediately after.
I attended EUCROMA back in spring 2014, which resulted in a great network of developers and designers as eager as myself along with a great insight into how the process of making a game looks.
I finished my Bachelor’s degree in Sound Design from Sonic College in Haderslev, Denmark, in January 2015 after 3½ years of intensive courses and complex projects.
Currently working freelance and hopefully starting a Master in Game Design at ITU Copenhagen this summer.
Visuals for live shows and concerts.
Sound Design for movies.
Sound Design for games.
Max/MSP and Arduino installations.