Multimedia Production, Audio Production and Engineering, Video Production, Motion Graphics, Music Composition, Bass/Guitar/Piano, Creative Writing, and Computer Science.
Bryon Turcotte has built a long list of accomplishments as a creative professional for over the past 20 years. He began his career in music as a keyboard player and bassist playing and touring professionally from 1984-1997. He performed with several recording artists, and one Boston based band who went on to sign a recording contract in 1997. In the years to follow, he pursued work as a session and freelance musician performing with artists in Boston, New York, Nashville, and Los Angeles at studio sessions and live stage performances.
On January 1st 2009 Bryon launched RedCave Media, Inc. which serves as a multimedia production organization including Uncle Brown's Sound Recording Studio, the independent label Red Cave Music, and the media and graphics branch, Iron Tree Interactive. RCM has been a primary contributor in several music productions for independent and major label artists. In late 2010, Turcotte scored music for a video graphic novel which will be featured at ComicConn 2011.
In December of 2010, Turcotte joined the editorial team within PennWell Publishing's Fire Network as the Associate Editor for both Fire Engineering and Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment Magazines. As a part of this team, Turcotte will concentrate on the online presence of both FE and FA driving both traffic and building continuing interest in both brands.
He plans to compose more music for film, produce and develop the music of new artists, develop video and graphic visions for the web, and continue working as a freelance music journalist. He will release a full length CD project under the moniker of "The Bandless Hands" on the "RedCave Music" label by the end of 2010 and begin the process of publishing his first book by 2015.
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