Over the years, Gabe has helped several animators, directors and producers develop and realize the sonic potential of their work. His sound design, editing and mix work for film and animation have premiered and won awards at over 22 film festivals across the world including The Black Mariah Film Festival, The Rhode Island International Film Festival, ION International, and the Chicago International Film Festival to name just a few.
native of Chapel Hill, NC, he grew up in one of the hottest indie-rock scenes in the nation. His passion for fluid artistic expression and innovative experimental composition has propelled him forward in the professional world of music, music production, audio post-production for film and audio production education.
Gabe has engineered and produced numerous groups in a variety of genres ranging from classical ensembles to modern rock to contemporary world beat music. His engineering skills have been featured by radio programs such as NPR's "Fresh Air" and ABC (Australian Public Radio), broadcasted live on national television (NBC and MTV), and his clients work has received outstanding reviews by critics associated with a myriad of publications including The New York Times, Billboard, JazzTimes, Downbeat and many others.
Gabe has been the is also the sound designer and audio post-production engineer for cable television series and content airing on NBC Sports, Oudoor Living Network, MTV and VS networks.
Gabe is a professional member of AES (Audio Engineering Society). To date, he has worked with a myriad of professional musical artists including Macy Gray, Bill Kreutzmann (The Greatful Dead), Mike Gordon (Phish), G-Love, JoJo, John Medeski, Bob "Ra-Kalam" Moses, John Lockwood, Tisziji Munoz, Chen Yi, and Walter Beasley, as well as countless local and regional acts at his own studio as well as many other premier studios in the New England area.
Gabe is an active educator. Currently, he is the Assistant Director of The Dept. of Music Production and Technology and adjunct faculty in the Dept. of Performing Arts and Music Management at the Hartt School of Music, in Hartford CT. He was one of the first faculty members at the Audio Production Department at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts where he used to serve as Associate Director and still remains active as a guest lecturer.
Savannah College of Art and Design