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World Class
Music & Video Production

“One of the most versatile on the UK scene right now”- Metal Injection
“Intense and intelligent…exceptional…a huge talent” – Hit The Floor
“Karnivool meets John Mayer and Jeff Buckley” – Already Heard
“An insanely talented multi-instrumentalist” – Leon TK

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Music Works

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Tar & Honey


Far Gone





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Highly skilled and versatile music producer, composer and video producer with a proven track record in the arts. Maxi’s contributions are used internationally and he works with award winning individuals who rely on his extraordinary skills with versatility in all areas of audio/visual production. His decision making, perspective and unique capacity to lead under pressure, on set or in the studio, benefits a variety of high profile clients and projects around the globe.

Maxi’s diverse background inspired him to embark on a raw and visceral dive into storytelling, focused on the process of recovery from traumatic events. Each honest, heavy, and heartfelt video draws upon Maxi’s most formative experiences – including his work as a front-line firefighter.

Throughout 2014’s 25-minute “Stem”, the uniquely hard-hitting film for his 2015 single “If We Make It”, and 2016’s widely respected LP Transition and the 2020 global online success of “Far Gone”, a collaboration with YouTube guitar guru Rabea Massaad (Toska, Dorje), 
Maxi’s compositional, technical, emotional, and in-studio skills have combined to create an all-encompassing experience. 

A synergy between passionate messages, precisely chosen tones, and impactful visuals.


Maxi’s background includes composing music for the BBC and Universal, his works are used on Louis Theroux, Sky Sports, Jay Z V Kanye, Netflix, Channel 4, Heart FM, Smooth FM and many more.

Forrester Savell (Karnivool, SikTh, Animals As Leaders, Twelve Foot Ninja) to Acle Kahney (Tesseract), Luke Martin (Plini), Mike Malyan (Monuments, Disperse, The Algorithm), John Browne (Monuments), Anup Sastry (Skyharbor, Jeff Loomis, Marty Friedman, Intervals, Devin Townsend), Dave Hollingworth (Toska, Dorje), Doug Harper (Rick Astley, Gary Barlow, Book of Mormon), Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, and Tim Laws (Gabrielle, S Club 7, Liberty X, Pixie Lott, The Saturdays).