He spent his 20s as a professional musician, recording, releasing, touring, promoting, and learning. He co-founded Nophi Recordings and Polyvibe, co-curated Orlando’s infamous EZRPM concert series, founded the Future Funk Collective, toured the U.S. with Rising Lion, shared bills with the Solillaquists of Sound, Machinedrum, and many others, and gigged and recorded with hundreds of musicians.
In his 30s, he took an abrupt change in direction, and spent almost a decade immersing himself in mastering the art of coaching, taking a broader approach to funneling his creative energies. He has worked with thousands of clients in various lanes of media and entertainment, non-profit organizations, fashion, technology, education, health and wellness, construction and landscaping, and countless others.
And then, the day after his 38th birthday, everything changed. Music, the sweet life force that drove him through life (and gave him the spelling of his name) roared within him again. “I realized that the only way I could continue coaching people was if I dedicated my life to my art, and dedicated myself to my craft with the same passion and discipline I ask of others,” Mic said.
With his music, his coaching, and his writing, Mic strives to enrich people’s lives any way he can. Whether you tune into his music, his coaching, or his writing, Mic is always grateful that people are listening, and considers it an honor and a privilege to have a voice.