I've been a Portland resident for several years, after stints in Boston and New York City. I grew up in the hills of West Virginia. To me, Portland is a reasonable blend of the rural and urban extremes.
My radio fascination started early in life, as I discovered new and exotic sounds on the AM dial. Before long, I began taking apart every radio I could find, hoping to discover what made this mysterious box called a "radio" possible. Eventually, I would earn degrees in both music and electronics.
All Classical Portland has given me the opportunity to experience both the creative and technical aspects of radio-making. I get to learn from some of the best in the field. Larry Holtz, with has vast engineering experience, is showing me what it takes to keep a station on-air 24/7. Andrea Murray shares my lifelong obsession with sound and is guiding me through the process of producing quality radio content. The staff and volunteers have been tremendously kind and supportive.
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Tell me about growing up in NYC. I was born in the Bronx. We moved out when I was six, to Rockaway Beach, New York. It was 6 years of living probably 500 yards from the surf. It turned me into a beach kid; I’ve always loved the ocean, always wanted to live near water…. More