I write songs.

I've been playing various instruments since I was a child, experimenting with genres & sounds. Going on to study music before my professional years, and despite being part of a few bands in my teenage years, a career in music wasn’t something I chose to pursue as turning something you love into a career can turn out to be a buzzkill.
Now however I do create music whether that's for pure self-validation or expression. Spending most of my working time listening to synthwave and lo-fi electronic inspired me to develop my own sound. Personal pop-culture infused passion projects, and  I've created pieces for productions; this year being a great example by producing soundtracks for the BBC and Animation studios.
My projects across all genres are published under the artist name Scientific God.

Ambient electronica from beyond the grave.
Scientific God's second album takes on a darker form with inspiration from John Carpenter, Maurice Jarr, and Danny Elfman's horror scores, juxtaposed with synthwave, beats, and guitar shredding... and maybe some familiar soundbytes.

Wofkus; my debut Lo-Fi album. Nine tracks featuring experimental interpretive guitar riffs, mixed with ambient electronic bass tracks, and pop culture soundbytes.
Now available to stream on all major platforms and available to purchase.
What is Scientific God?

Scientific God is a band name but for a single songwriter, I guess like an avatar, kinda like Gorillaz but one guy and a vocalist for hire, all the music is written and composed by myself but vocalists for hire are brought in to help bring that aspect of my songs together though not intentionally written at first for vocals, Science, in this case, represents the science of music and God meaning I can do whatever I want with no limitations.
Songs are written and recorded in my home studio and vocals are brought in remotely then finally mastered, each album is going to be a different musical genre so I've got a lot of imaginative ideas and scope I want to bring out through my virtual band Scientific God. Currently, I'm working on 80s glam rocks.
Don't be a stranger
I'm available on many social networks and creative websites where you can see other examples of my work and to get more connected with me, feel free to follow me on any of these platforms and please reach out, I love hearing feedback about my works, I also have some illustrative and photography prints available on my Etsy store if you would like to see what's up for sale.