Probably way more than you care to know about me... 

Dynamic Solo Performer!


Solo Acoustic Performances delivered with Passion, Style, and Humor! Gil has been performing in front of Live audiences for...well, pretty much since forever!

He is currently fronting the Seattle classic rock band, Bad Habit. Gil is available for Clubs, Pubs,  Festivals, and private functions. Contact him at

Index Arts Festival

The Index Arts Festival, a summer festival in Index, Washington, supports local arts and crafts. Lots of fun, food and great music in a seriously spectacular setting! Gil is a regular performer at the IAF...

Security Professional 

I am a Sales Engineer in the Security Industry, and an IP Video Subject Matter Expert. I really enjoy the industry; I feel I am contributing to public safety and security.

Scuba Diving

My other passion...Scuba diving! I took this photo while diving off Oahu, Hawaii.

I have been fortunate to dive in Hawaii many times, even making some friends in the dive community there. (Looking at you, Center Ring Diving!)

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A talented Frontman and solo performer, Gil has been entertaining audiences for, well... a lot of years!


Security should be reliable, trustworthy and effective. I have dedicated the last 15 years to furthering that goal.


I think stress is afraid of the water, which is what makes diving so relaxing. I live by the motto, "Take only pictures, leave only bubbles!"

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Rooney's Food and spirits

Gil is now a regularly featured performer at Rooney's, a great pub in Woodinville, Wa!

About me... it's all about me!

In the Beginning:

I was born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. I have very few memories of Kingston: the old house on Division St, then the new house Dad and his brothers built next door... a local bakery with AWESOME Butter Tarts (a Canadian thing that I still miss!), getting my hands slapped with a ruler by nuns in the first grade...and yes, I probably deserved it! The gigantic 100 foot cliff in the back yard that turned out to be about 5 feet tall when I saw it as an adult. The quarry that a friend and I sailed across on a floating wooden door we found...and how mad I was at my sister for reporting us to my mother! I just got off from being grounded a few weeks ago. Funny, the things that stay with you...

 When I was seven I moved to Rochester, NY. Well, actually, my parents did, my siblings and I decided to go with them. We lived on Brooks Ave, in the 19th Ward, which I didn't realize at the time, but was a great neighborhood. Among other things, I worked for my Dad doing construction, and learned skills that are useful to this day. I went to St. Monica's School, where my mother was a teacher. I wasn't in her class, but many of my friends had her as a teacher and remind me of it to this day. Later I went to Edison Tech, where I proved to be a smart, and smart-assed student. To any of my teachers who may happen to read this, I apologize for everything.

After high school I went in the Air Force, where I spent most of my time at Edwards Air Force Base, in the Mohave Desert. WAY too hot for a Canadian lad, but lots of very cool airplanes! Went back home to Rochester when I got out, where I bounced from job to job for years while trying to succeed as a Rock Star. Didn't happen, but I had a lot of fun, made some lifelong friends, and have lots of great stories to tell! Check my Music Page for more info....

The Seattle Years:

While trying to be a Rock Star, I got married, which didn't last; and ended up moving to Seattle, which did. Eventually I got married they say, the triumph of Hope over Experience. So far it's only lasted 22 years...

And I worked more meaningless jobs, until I finally got smart, and lucky, and entered the Security Industry through the back door. Finally, I have a career instead of just a job, and I'm much happier. For details, check out my Career Page. I also fronted a variety of bands, and started occasionally performing as a Solo Artist.

Where I'm going:

My careers, both Music and Security, are still unfolding. They are both important to me, and I hope to see them progress further. In the meantime, I will continue to enjoy life with my wife, Denise, see as much of the world as we can, make music, scuba dive where ever and when ever I can, and just generally "Keep on keepin' on!"

Stay tuned....


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