Far from Haggersville
I have been interested in music since I was just a kid. My first record I bought was John Williams - Empire Strikes Back. I use to close my eyes, listen to the album and imagine the scenes of the movie the music was backing. Later I bought a keyboard that could record a sound and play it back at different pitches. I'm sure I drove my parents crazy with that one. As time went on I bought larger keyboards, started playing drums in high school band and then in several rock bands. The music ranged from Johnny Cash and Eagles in one band, to DK and Megadeth in another. At first I liked the energy in heavy metal/thrash music (since I was drumming) but never felt it was quite my style. So fast-forwarding a bit more I built a recording studio, recorded a few bands, experimented with playing other instruments and realized that I wanted to be a musician of sorts. I got sidetracked working for the local university for three years, then my own business for another year and then decided to pick up the project that I started three years prior. You can read more about it on different sites out there. Another love of mine is shooting film (video for those in the industry). When the Far from Haggersville project was proposed, I thought that it would be a great way to tribute this musician known as "ADN." The actors and crew all had a great energy during the shoot and I think did an amazing job. Taking the music another step into a sister media of film seemed natural and I think that it was the right choice in working in the writings and music into a visual format.