My interest in digital music began back in the late 80s when I bought my first Commodore 64 computer, and shortly afterwards moved into digital recording with the Atari ST. Since then, I have kept on top of the various recording techniques that the digital world has provided; a skill that I also took during my time working in the music industry during the 90s and early 00s. I began studying hypnotherapy back in 2014 and began Release Hypnosis in 2015. Around mid-2015, I also began Hypnotherapy HQ with a fellow hypnotherapist and life long friend Joe Busuttil, which allowed us to begin offering training programs that we felt other organisations were not offering.
As part of that, I created the ‘Recording for Hypnotherapists Workshop’. What began as a two-hour workshop has since grown into a full day, content-rich program that explores not only the basics of recording but also some of the more advanced recording techniques, effects, binaural beats and recording approaches that make putting together content easier and faster. Since then, I’ve also created an online version of the workshop for those people who have been unable to attend any of the 12 workshops to date that has been held in Melbourne. I’ve also produced my own podcast called OUTthink which looks at mental health within the LGBT community, which has continued to grow support over the two seasons produced to date.