Frank is a maker, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist from Massachusetts. He has been studying saxophone since 2004 and bass since 2009. His formal music education focused on jazz and popular music at the University of Rochester and the Eastman School of Music. While at the University of Rochester, he also studied Audio and Music Engineering, a relatively new program at the time that combined the core curriculum of an Electrical Engineering degree with an in depth focus on audio.

In 2017, Frank moved with his partner and now wife Lauren to Seattle, WA. Neither he nor Lauren had employment, family, or friends in the Pacific Northwest. They have been creating a life in Seattle and exploring Cascadia ever since with have no plans to leave.

During the pandemic, Frank focused his energy on fine woodworking and honing his ability to make and repair things for his home. As the world moves on from COVID-19, Frank is seeking to find the right balance between professional pursuits, personal life, and whatever the future may bring.

Current Positions

  • Audio Hardware Development Engineer
  • Freelance Musician