Minutes to Midnight

Where to Find Me

Minutes to Midnight’s digital whereabouts:
find out more about my online presence.


The main work platform, where I have my portfolio, an upcoming sound design reel and where you can hire me or get in touch with a contact form.


Music-related announcements and new releases. It’s also where I write personal thoughts after leaving social media. You can follow the blog through WordPress Reader too.


My periodic newsletter (roughly once a month, unless I have something urgent going on) is a great way to stay in touch via email.

Concept Album ‘After 1989’

A list of digital platforms where you can listen, stream, download or buy the limited edition CD of my recent concept album After 1989: A Trip to Freedom.


Arguably, the only digital music platform who got the music business right for independent artists. Stream or download music in high quality, or buy the merch.


My music is available for streaming on Spotify. I also created and maintain a few playlists, including promoting other indie artists that I’ve been working with.

YouTube Channel

I’m going to try to maintain the channel more regularly, including making more videos of me playing bass or documenting the creation of my sound design reel. I see YouTube as a form of TV rather than another social media outlet.


Full work resume, skills and endorsements. I hang around there to see what my peers are sharing, also for keeping up to date with the game industry and the wider design community.


Join the Discord server I co-run with Christopher Carvalho of Unlock Your Sound: DIY Music Makers.


I occasionally use Medium, including for cross-posting articles from my blog to a different audience. I sometimes publish original content on there.

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