Music has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. My mother and my aunt would always get together to sing and play music on the guitar when I was growing up, which included everything from Latin American folk songs to The Beatles. When I was 8 years old I started learning classical piano, but it's not until I was in high school, when I was experimenting with creating mash-ups on music software that I discovered my love for music production. As a keyboard major, I graduated from Humber's Jazz/Commercial Music program and then specialized in Sound and Music Recording at Recording Arts Canada in Toronto, where I graduated in 2013.
As for BEATCOTHEQUE, I always tell people that the "CO" in the middle stands for collaboration. To me, it's an essential part of creating lasting music, great art, and having a rewarding experience that you can share with other people along the way.