A musician, music producer and songwriter Brett has worked in various capacities during his time in the music industry. Working as an independent musician between 1991 and 1996 Brett performed at rock venues and festivals throughout the country in grunge pop bands Lemola Bust, and Filter before forming power pop band Starbug in 1997. In 2000 he sought to formalize his music education and commenced studies in popular music with the Queensland Conservatorium. After graduating with a Bachelor of Popular music in 2002 Brett then continued to develop his studio engineering and production experience with a range of solo artists and corporate clients. Highlights from this period included engineering work for prominent Brisbane jazz/ blues musician David Bentley's release Last Man Standing in 2005. In 2008 Brett then took on the role of studio manager and sessional lecturer for the Queensland Conservatorium's Bachelor of Popular Music program whilst completing his honours degree. Brett continues to work in this capacity at the conservatorium's Gold Coast campus in Queensland, Australia. In 2014 he commenced his doctoral studies focusing on the area of on-demand education for teaching music technology. He is continuing this research and completion is just around the corner. Brett has also worked extensively in the music/corporate events industry as a lighting designer and operator. Working with a range of clients he has operated and designed shows for the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney Convention Centre, Off Site Connection and Arty Productions. In these capacities he has operated shows for Tina Arena, Kate Cebrano, Alex Lloyd, Glen Shorrock, Ross Wilson, Brian Cadd, James Reyne, Joe Camileri, Ian Moss, Mental as Anything, Dragon, and Vanessa Amorosi to name a few. Brett's song writing has been showcased with releases by power pop band Starbug (All Over Again 2003) and as a solo musician (Falling Forwards 2010). Brett is available for work as a music producer, engineer and as a collaborative songwriter.