Photek Net Worth – Short bio, age, height, weight

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January 1, 2020

Photek Net Worth

Photek makes how much a year? For this question we spent 22 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $87 Million.

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Biography

Photek information Birth date: 1972 Profession:Soundtrack, Composer, Music Department

Height, Weight

:How tall is Photek – 1,72m.
How much weight is Photek – 53kg

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Rupert Parkes (born 1972, St Albans, England), known as Photek, is a British record producer, DJ and double Grammy Award nominee. He joined the drum and bass scene relatively early (his first release was in 1992) and is still one of its most respected players. Throughout his career he has been an active remixer, with official credits including Daft Punk, Nine Inch Nails, Moby, Lana Del Rey, David Bowie, Bob Marley and Bjork. He has multiple credits in major feature films & television shows, including main composer credit. He is based in Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife Stephanie Chao-Parkes.
Biography,EducationInitially interested in hip hop, Parkes soon expanded his style with elements of Soul and Jazz. His first instrument was a tenor saxophone, but when a piano arrived in the family home his focus shifted to composition as opposed to performance. By 1992 he had switched from the saxophone to a sequencer. Within the next year he started to perform under the stage name Photek.Early career 1993–1999Parkes began his first forays into releasing music in 1993 under a plethora of different names. Some of the early releases include the jungle-styled tracks Jump under the name Studio Pressure on Certificate 18, Dolphin Tune under the name Aquarius on LTJ Bukems Good Looking Records and Pulse Of Life under the name The Sentinel on Basement Records. The first release under the Photek production name came in 1994 with Touching Down…Planet Photek, released on his own Photek label. Photeks breakthrough release in 1995 was the Natural Born Killa drumnbass EP for Goldies Metalheadz. In 1996, Photek contributed two tracks on the WipeOut XL soundtrack.Photeks debut album was Modus Operandi in 1997, through Virgin Records. In 1997, Virgin Records released one of Photeks most well-known tracks in 1997 with Ni Ten Ichi Ryu. A year after Ni Ten Ichi Ryu, Photek released his second album Form & Function. The album comprised four tracks that had previously only been available on limited release vinyl in the early 1990s, plus six remixes and versions by Photek himself as well as other contemporaries Digital, Peshay & Decoder, Doc Scott, and J Majik.2000–2012In 2000, Photek released his Solaris album, turning his attention from Drum & Bass to Chicago House and Minimal Techno. On the single Mine to Give, he cooperated with Robert Owens to create a No. 1 Billboard single.One Nation – the dubplate that had been available as a white label for over a decade, finally saw an official release on Form & Function Vol. 2. The newer productions on the album showed Photek using a broader sound palette, taking influence from his composition and soundtrack work by including orchestrated passages. There are even references to a more rock and industrial sound.After a four-year hiatus from releasing music under the Photek moniker, Parkes produced a series of EPs in 2011. He was invited to contribute to BBC Radio 1s Essential Mix series in October 2012. In the same year, Parkes released the album KU:PALM.Grammy nominationsPhoteks remix of Daft Punks End of Line for the Disney movie Tron: Legacy earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Remix in 2012. He received Grammy nominations in the same category for the following 2 years, with remixes for Moby and Bob Marley.Recent activitiesNow based in Los Angeles, Photek scored the second season of ABCs How to Get Away with Murder in fall of 2015, and continued recording of the follow up to KU:PALM and various movie and computer game scoring projects.

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