An amateur Scottish composer and pianist from the West of Scotland, my musical compositions are mostly simple, short piano pieces inspired by Scottish people and places.

The Pass


‘Twas on a Monday Morning

Musical Education

My only formal keyboard training was a short series of piano lessons when I attended secondary school in the Garnock Valley in the West of Scotland.  My first lesson started with J.S. Bach’s Minuet in G from the Anna Magdelena Notebook and by the final lesson I’d progressed to J.S. Bach’s Two Part Invention in C Major.

Musical Influences

My favourite composers of piano and keyboard music are Debussy, Chopin, J.S. Bach and Richard Harvey.

Instruments and Equipment

In the past I’ve owned a range of classic electronic instruments including an Oberheim 1000, Ensoniq Mirage, Galanti Stage Piano, Korg Poly 61, Sequential Circuits Drumtraks and Sequential Circuits Pro One. Today I play a Yamaha CP33 stage piano and a Yamaha DX7 synth to control various ‘virtual’ instruments.