Meet the Team
Ben is the composer and graphic designer for ScaleTracks and David is the developer extraordinaire. We are a family team and and between us, we have a broad skill set. After a great deal of hard work, planning, trial and error, technical glitches, focus group testing, many user interface iterations, sheer determination... ScaleTracks was born in March 2017. Nearly one year later, ScaleTracks JAM hit the App Store - an app which approaches scales and keys from a highly creative angle - improvisation. Despite our different backgrounds, it has been a wonderful experience to pool our resources and combine our talents to create something so inspiring for musicians of all ages and ability levels. Please get in touch with us and let us know what you think about ScaleTracks and ScaleTracks JAM; we would love to hear from you!
Ben is a concert pianist, composer, arranger and piano teacher and he is Head of Keyboard at Stowe School, Buckingham. He regularly gives masterclasses, concerts and workshops. He has adjudicated for EPTA and he is the artistic creator of ScaleTracks. Ben is an experienced concerto pianist and he has performed works including Rachmaninov's 2nd and 3rd piano concertos, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue amongst others. His students have performed with the Russian National Orchestra, taken part in masterclasses with international artists including Lang Lang and several have recorded albums across several genres.
David has worked for some of the world’s leading financial organisations supporting, designing and implementing infrastructure on a global scale.
As the Regional Head of IT Infrastructure for Allianz Risk Transfer, David specialises in delivering world class infrastructure solutions to an agile workforce that is distributed globally.
David codes into the night, developing applications on multiple platforms and contributing to open source projects. He has an extensive knowledge of several programming languages and he is a tenacious problem-solver who strives for excellence in all that he does.