Thus, his music is highly visual, depicting sonic illustrations of the landscapes of the imagination. Working by intuition and experimentation, Greg creates pieces that are transportational as well as transformational, taking the listener on a journey of images and moods. Some pieces are somber, dark and reflective, while others are much lighter, upbeat and inspirational. He seeks to create a balance of opposing forces in each of his projects. Although Greg considers himself a native of Southern California, a large part of his childhood was spent living and traveling in Micronesia and Europe.
This exposure to diverse artistic, cultural, and musical influences helped form the various creative energies necessary to create his musical/artistic projects. Influences from his studies of ancient Chinese philosophy weave a unique spirituality into his work. While his compositions are inspired by many different styles of music, the original roots of his work lay in the influence of the early electronic composers Brian Eno, Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Cluster, Kitaro, Klaus Schulze, Mark Isham, among others. Though his music is often classified as "New Age", the roots were growing long before this ambiguous title came along. His eclectic style is also derived from the influences of various classical, ancient and world, folk, and progressive rock music forms.
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