Presently, Matthew is a Database Architect for University of Utah Health, where he is responsible for developing ETL processes of healthcare data for medical research. Previously, he has had experience a Business Analyst at WVU Medicine and an Oracle Database Administrator for West Virginia University. In 2016, he received his second bachelor’s degree from the School of Business at West Virginia University studying Management Information Systems. Additionally, Matthew operates a consulting practice where he assists clients with short-term and ongoing ad-hoc data analysis as well as development and hosting of web applications.
Matthew is also an active freelance musician and educator in the greater Salt Lake City metropolitan area. He can regularly be heard playing alto, tenor, and bass trombone as well as euphonium in commercial, jazz, and classical settings. He is currently the 3rd chair trombone in the Nightstar Jazz Orchestra and auxiliary bass trombone in the Salt Lake Jazz Orchestra. He is the low brass instructor was the Wasatch Music Academy. In 2012, he received his first Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education. During his time in Morgantown, he released several albums with the High Street Jazz Band, an organization he co-founded in 2010 with the intention of performing Traditional Jazz to students in the Appalachain and Northern VA regions. His discography includes: High Street: UNDERCOVER!, Mountain State Ramblin’, High Street Parade, and When the Morning Comes.