More gear followed through university, but although I had done some performing, it wasn't until the move down to the US that I got back into it. The church we joined had a worship team, and initially I did sound for them. Within the year, I was playing occasional keys, and after a few years became the main pianist/keyboardist.
In late 2005, I joined a project that would eventually become a coffeehouse-gigging duo called reverential, culminating in a demo recording session at the Sound Kitchen in Nashville before ending in early 2010. In September 2006 through late 2011, I had picked up piano lessons again, and saw significant improvement and development in my playing.
In September 2012, I joined the worship team at a church-plant called Exalt in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, and was blessed to be with them for their first year.
Soon after, I started with the worship team at North Way Christian Community, playing at their Wexford and Oakland campuses. With the opening of a new campus in Dormont, I became a mostly-permanant fixture on keys there. I have now started to play at their East End campus.
Things That Make Noises
Things That Don't
Past GearRoland Juno-Stage Alesis HR-16 Yamaha DX-21
Past Live Rig
Occasional Church Rig