This is my first proper classical composition. I stumbled across this chord progression while studying some different piano chords and was very moved by it. I found myself playing it over and over again. As a gentle rain storm set the mood outside, I spent several hours piecing the composition together into its finished form.
The piano part is composed of two separate parts that were combined together. It modulates back and forth between C Major and F Minor every two measures which creates an emotional kick.
I’m very proud this piece and find myself coming back to it again and again to help me relax and to put my mind in a good place. I hope it has the same effect for you too.
Posted in Music
Tagged cello, charlotte, clarinet, classical, classical music, composer, flute, Music, musician, nc, north carolina, piano, prelude, relaxing music
I’m very happy to announce that Tipping Point is now available for PC & Mac on Steam! Now you can finally experience the adventure on your desktop computer. This is currently the best version of the game available with cleaned up graphics and sound effects. All of the music in the game has been remixed and remastered, and the soundtrack is included with the purchase of the game.
Tipping Point on Steam:
Posted in Games, Tipping Point
Tagged adventure, charlotte, desktop, game, mac, pc, point and click, soundtrack, steam, video game
An impromptu video I shot of Audrey Ayers (Problem Addict) performing Drown Me In Estrogen at Petra’s on 12/27/2018.
Posted in Video
Tagged acoustic guitar, audrey ayers, charlotte, drown me in estrogen, live music, music video, nc, north carolina, performance, petras, problem addict, singer songwriter
A look back on my video projects from 2018.
Lindsey (Stranger #90)
Acrylic on Canvas
Posted in 100 Strangers, Painting
Tagged 100 Strangers, abstract, acrylic painting, art, charlotte, Lindsey, nc, north carolina, Painting, portrait, stranger
Sasha (Stranger #83)
Acrylic on Canvas
I used the Zorn limited palette for this one — basically just two colors — Yellow Ochre and Cadmium Red (along with Mars Black and Titanium White). If you’re wondering how the green was produced, the Mars Black has a blue bias, so when it’s mixed with Yellow Ochre, you get a limited range of greens.
Posted in 100 Strangers
Tagged 100 Strangers, acrylic painting, art, artist, charlotte, female, nc, north carolina, paint, Painting, portrait, stranger, woman