Dan has studied music for a quarter century and has served as a church musician for more than a decade. He has led music at Trinity Presbyterian in Charlottesville, Virginia, at Grace Presbyterian in Lexington, Virginia, and at Crossroads Presbyterian in Dumfries, Virginia. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Washington & Lee University, where he studied piano and voice and toured with the University Chamber Singers on three continents.
When he’s not making music, Dan has a full-time law practice and presently serves in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, where he defends New Jersey and its officers in high-stakes litigations. In his spare time, he enjoys software development, distance running, and spending time with his beautiful wife and three children.