Born in Rio de Janeiro into a family of professional musicians, Ron started his first acoustic bass lessons at the age of seven and music became more and more a part of who he was as a young man.
Growing up in Brazil under the influential Bossa Nova movement, Ron found himself immersed in music in his home and around his friends. But It may have been the period drama “The Mission” that turned the tide for this aspiring young musician. He fell in love with the music from the film composed by Ennio Morricone, and he decided to pursue a career in composing music for film and television.
Ron received a World Tour Scholarship and went on to study film scoring at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Upon graduation from Berklee College of Music, Ron moved to New York City. He became a guitarist for The Eliane Elias Band while he pursued his passion of writing, arranging, and composing music for film and television. Since then he has worked on dozens of films and television series, including “Ray Donovan” and “The Big C.” To see a fuller exposition of his work please visit the Filmography and Music pages of this website.