Pikakee (pronounced "Pick A Key") Music was started in 2002 when putting together a summer musical in my hometown. After a few months of working on numerous arrangements, I came up with the name based off the fact that we were constantly working to pick the best key for the performer.
I began theatre at the tender age of ten in local community theatre and have participated in theater faithfully ever since. Some favorite show credits include “Beguiled Again,”“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “big, the musical” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” In high school, I was accepted as a member of the Texas Boys Choir where I toured nationally and internationally for two years. I have written music for a few musicals and stage adaptations of movies, which I hopes will be performed some day. I have performed with or for notable celebrities including Linda Eder, The Osmond Brothers and George W. Bush. After attending the University of North Texas for two years pursuing a degree in Vocal Performance, I made the switch to Musical Theatre and packed my bags for New York City. After a year-and-a-half in the Big Apple, I completed my degree and continues to cultivate his craft.