Contributing to the efforts of AIGA Orlando


I am very excited to have been invited to perform at GUTS Orlando! GUTS is a friendly pumpkin carving competition with all proceeds benefiting Make-A-Wish®

This event has been organized by AIGA Orlando. AIGA Orlando advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, we bring together practitioners, enthusiasts, and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future.

The event is free to attend, open to the public, family-friendly, and features the carvers going head-to-head to craft pumpkin creations live that will then be put up for auction to raise money for Make-A-Wish®. While the carving happens, there will be food and drink for sale, trick-or-treating for the kids, live music, silent bidding for the auction, raffle opportunities, and activities for all ages.

Melrose Center Podcast: The Boundaries of Music & Composition

Hello guys!

I have been participating in the Podcast series taking place at the Melrose Center, and this time we had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing two wonderful people involved in the Orlando classical avant-garde music scene. Here is a description of the podcast:

“In this episode we explore the definition of music and composition. We discuss how these boundaries are being pushed in Orlando and the truly unique roll the Timucua Arts Foundation is playing in creating an excellent community for our local music scene. Our Special guests: Christopher Belt, Executive Director of the Timucua Arts Foundation and Jeremy Adams a local Orlando composer and musician.” – Chase Steele.

This topic is very close to my heart, not only because I am a songwriter, but also because I have always believed and supported the mission of the Timucua Arts Foundation.


You can listen to our discussion in the Orlando Audio Podcast Episode 3.



Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think!

Melrose Center Podcast: Home Recording

Hello guys!

As you know, I recently released Vuelo al Sur, a record I feel very proud of. This project was recorded entirely in my home studio, becoming an experiment which has helped me grow immensely.

I got together with other audio professionals from the Melrose Center to discuss home recording, and shared some of my experiences recording Vuelo al Sur. You can listen to our discussion in the Orlando Audio Podcast Episode 2.

Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think!