Blessed to have worked this year on a once-in-a-lifetime project in the form of Arthur Valentine's Splitscreen EP - something that stretched the limits over what we could do with little to no funding. Recorded in home studios, promoted with a music video by Jordan Gough, a video game by Neil O'Sullivan-Greene and big coverage from national radio and press. I don't talk much about my music work in my professional day-to-day, but having the chance to work on things like this and apply my skillset in a different world is what I'm most excited about as live shows and such come back to life.