The Juilliard School
University of Michigan
Took on the role of Detective Cal Brown on the series "The Player."
Starred on the series "The Divide."
Starred in a Pulitzer Prize winning production of "Clybourne Park."
Joined the cast of the series "Prime Suspect."
Served as the American Conducting Fellow for the Houston Symphony.
Starred in "The Story" on Broadway at New York’s Public Theater.
Joined the cast of the series "Deadline."
Made his screen debut on an episode of "Law & Order."
First learned the basics of conducting by imitating John Williams leading the Boston Pops on television.
Conducted the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony, the Princeton Symphony, the Toledo Symphony, the Orquesta Filarmonica de UNAM, and the New York University Orchestra.
Was cast in the series "The Divide" by Tony Goldwyn after Goldwyn saw him appear on Broadway in "Clybourne Park."
Won the The Aspen Conducting Prize in 2003.
Studied at Leonard Slatkin's National Conducting Institute in Washington, D.C.