Music has always been a big part of my life, ever since I can remember. My father was gifted with musical talents but never studied music. He was self-taught and played the guitar. I loved listening to him play and to sing along with him. When I was five my aunt gave me an old cassette player and in it was a tape with a collection of Beatles songs. This was almost the only tape I listened to when playing with my Legos and also the reason why I can’t think of the Beatles without thinking about Legos and the other way around. I started singing in a rock band at thirteen and sang with different groups, experimented with rock, funk, alternative and blues throughout my teens and early twenties. I also started making my own electronic music around eighteen, something I really enjoy and still continue to do. I never studied any instruments or singing in any serious manner, I think partly because I was afraid I could not meet my own expectations and I also felt like the music was more natural and raw if the performer was self-taught and not contaminated by the rules and restrictions education forces upon you... boy, was I wrong. At the age of thirty-three I made a five-year plan. Firstly, to get the basic education to qualify for Music Composition at Iceland University of the Arts. Secondly to graduate… which, as a late bloomer I did in 2018. Since then I’ve worked with Sigrún and MetamorPhonics projects and composed all kinds of music along with my full time job as a husband, a father of two wonderful children and as a preschool teacher.