Grayhawk was in the last class of the Latin-speaking altar boys who grew up to be a practicing Wiccan, devoted to Earth-centered Spirituality that began with a Visionquest with Native American elders during the time of the Harmonic Convergence. This experience inspired the first segment of his Shamanic Trilogy, Shaman Journey recorded with the late, New Age/Jazz icon, Paul Horn and fellow New Age veteran, David Darling. Next came the compelling & binding spell of Blissful Magic: Spiral of the Celtic Mysteries, an eco-warrior tour de force inspired by the activism of Redwood Summer. A full circle has been realized with Voice of the Ancestors serving as “a triumphant conclusion to Grayhawk’s Shamanic Trilogy” (Bill Binkelman – Wind & Wire). Grayhawk’s music is presented live with The Grayhawk Consort and has won numerous international awards, including: the One World Music Radio OWMR Best Album of the Year Award 2019 (All genres), the 2020 COVR People’s Choice Award in Audio & Visual, the OWMR Best New Age Album Award 2019, three 2020 COVR Gold Winner Visionary Awards in the World Fusion Music, Multimedia Music and Film categories and has been Winner of 10 Indie Music Channel Awards and won the #1 Best New Age Music Album 2019 by New Age Music Guide.
Grayhawk received a degree in music composition from the University Of California, Los Angeles where he began his lifelong interest in composing & producing sacred music when his Mass was performed by conducting professor, Roger Wagner, the founding director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Grayhawk worked as a film composer; Superstition, Killing Time, The Witch, Gold Plunder, Down Under among others and has travelled extensively throughout the world gathering inspiration. He is a certified shiatzu practitioner/healer and psychic reader (Tarot). A devoted father to his surviving daughter, Bridget, Grayhawk is happily married to noted Vietnamese/American author, Nguyệt Mị (Dream Moon) who cowrote the screenplay for music video, Guardians of Goddess Thiên Hậu which won a 2020 Indie Music Channel Award nomination. They reside in Temecula, California.