I've been fascinated by recording multi-track since I was old enough to understand what my dad's two track reel-to-reel could do with tape delays and single channel recording and bouncing.
I went to school for recording in Michigan, just before the school got their hands on their first midi capable Macintosh. I learned how to splice tape, track to tape, mic an acoustic guitar, and mix a band. I learned how to set up sound for video, and I learned a ton about acoustic theory and microphone physics. I fell in love with capturing sounds.
I moved to Chicago and started a digital studio with my roommates in a warehouse on the South side. Started as a two track, moved up to eight before I moved to Cincinnati.
Now I record a variety of styles of bands and do film soundtrack work for indie filmmakers. I'm still in love with sound.