Kyle has a broad range of professional audio and musical experiences. Shortly after graduating from William Paterson University with a degree in Sound Engineering Arts., he worked as the studio assistant at House of Loud Recording Studios, helping out bands, such as Paramore, Hawknelson and Dark New Day. After his experience at HOL, he worked as an assistant engineer on live comedy show recordings for Bill Burr, Kevin Hart and Craig Ferguson. During that time, he became a guitar instructor at Elefante Music in New Providence, NJ. He built up his own home recording studio in New Jersey working with local bands and artists. He received a call from producer/mulit-instrumentalist, Evan Taylor to join the Bernie Worrell Orchestra as one of the guitarists and technical directors. After three years of performing and touring with Bernie Worrell, legendary keyboardist, he started doing more audio work for Riverside Digital Productions. The West Orange, NJ based audio video company has expertise in educational audio book production, motion graphics and video production. As of 2017, Kyle and his family has landed in Cincinnati and is excited about sharing his diverse experiences. As soon as he stepped into MRC, he could see how much future growth and impact the Music Resource Center could have on the Cincinnati youth and the community as a whole.