After a year of hard work, I’m proud to present the ‘Expiration Date’ video – a haunting story of love & loss.

It’s the first time I included gay content in my work, despite being an ‘out artist’ for as long as I’ve been creating.

Why? Because it’s the first time I’ve written a song about love.

It’s a same-sex vision that shows we love & lose just like everyone else and when we’re hurt, we cry the same tears too.

Thanks to for Premiering the video:

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(originally posted on Huffington Post)

Love is not forever and neither are you. Forever is make-believe and that’s okay too.

Like every emotion, your love will change. It can become a new love but it will never the be the same. You will not be who you were last year and your lover won’t be who you fell in love with the next.

If this sounds like the dark ramblings of a single man on Valentine’s Day let me correct you: I am in love and in an excellent relationship. I have a boyfriend who treats me like a prince. I am fortunate.

After a break up a few years back, I wrote a song, to sum up the experience of love’s conclusion – it wasn’t about the situation but the feeling it was inevitable, another cycle had run its course.

I had been beating myself up for my inability to sustain an emotion before realizing the person I was when I felt that way no longer existed. I’d become someone new and even if the man I fell in love with was still somehow the same, I no longer recognized who he’d fallen for and couldn’t trust his love was meant for the new me.

The loss felt eerily familiar and when I wrote ‘Expiration Date’ I wasn’t thinking just of that particular end but of the temporary nature of…everything.

Now here I am years later – finally releasing the song in what feels like the first truly communicative adult relationship of my life and how awkward to explain on Valentine’s Day that ‘Expiration Date’ is not about him but that I still somehow stand by every word? How can I get him to trust me and the love I declare for him?

My best hope is communication. If I explain these changes as they happen and he does the same then perhaps the love we’ve created can change with us. And the men we are a year from now will have a love that’s unique to them, just like ours today is special to who we are now, in this never to be repeated moment.

It sounded sad when I started but it sounds beautiful now that I’ve finished:


‘Expiration Date’ is on Spotify, iTunes & Amazon
I loved you, for a moment or two,
there was nothing you could say or do.
I loved you. It was real at the time,
but I can’t seem to maintain my mind.
I went through states that do have no words,
and I can’t seem to bridge the divide.
I tried to. But I didn’t see me,
I saw someone else playing make believe.
Sometimes I don’t think I need anyone but me
Does time cement or grate away at my belief?
Our love has met the Expiration Date.
I had to admit this wasn’t for me,
not situation, but fundamentally.
I failed to protect you from my wrath,
unintentional though ruthless distract.
If something changes after the fact,
it never happened. The past is the past.
If someone changes continuously,
they never were and they never will be.
Sometimes I don’t think there is anyone for me.
Because time alters my sense of identity.
So now I can’t trust anything I perceive or believe,
Anyone who claims to love or understand me:
My love has met the Expiration Date.

On Friday February 3rd, I was so proud to exclusive premiere my new single ‘Expiration Date’ over on ‘Atwood Magazine’ – please head over there and read their wonderful take on this tune, it’s a very perceptive, intuitive write up about this first sneak peak at my new album which indeed, is a drastic departure from my previous album:


Another Internet Show! Just show up at this link for a full hour of live, interactive music: I’ll be debuting 2 new songs I’ve just recently written plus give some info on my new album and chat about our Holiday Plans? Grab an advanced ticket for only $1+ – ALL PROCEEDS go towards the new album release ‘Manifest‘. Want to get an immediate pre-release download? Buy a ticket or tip $25+!




SURPRISE! I just released a set of remixes at midnight from my 2014 debut aptly titled, Debut Remixed. By allowing my piano based songs to be so drastically altered, I tried to show an anthemic quality to my songwriting by amplifying them with electronic beats & synthetic soundscapes. What do you think?

I may be an out gay artist but I managed to avoid the more common names and sounds of the scene by working directly with fans who reached out with a passion for the project. So grateful for their contributions!

The result is a slick set of tracks that are consistent with the message and tenor of my music – it’s dark but not depressing, intense but not overbearing.

I seriously don’t dance but maybe you can convince me?