I spent over thirty years working in the tech industry and officially left it in late 2018. In late 2020, in response to the pandemic, I started a new business, syncspace.live, which is both a platform that enables professional artists to perform together across the Internet, and a virtual venue that utilises the platform to deliver game-changing live virtual concerts. In a short time syncspace.live has created quite a buzz. Here’s a few early press mentions:
- Ottawa Citizen: ‘Incredible feat’: Ottawa man creates site allowing long-distance musicians to play online in real time
- Apt 613:New technology allows jazz musicians to play together, apart and it’s awesome
As part of operating syncspace.live, I’ve had to write a lot of code and build out a lot of infrastructure. I’ve also been consulting to other companies, building software and virtual venues, running broadcasts through a state-of-the-art studio I built in Ottawa, and more. My latest tech venture is an electric vehicles start-up. Watch ULTRA4TECH for updates in the future.