Famous for his work with such notable Seattle-based musicians and bands as Brandi Carlile, Pearl Jam, and Alice In Chains, this music producer and co-owner of London Bridge Studio also produced Platinum albums for Melissa Etheridge, 3 Doors Down, and Bon Jovi.
Early in his career, he produced the debut and only album of the Seattle-based grunge band Temple of the Dog.
Aside from his production work, he played percussion and keyboard on several Pearl Jam recordings.
He co-founded Seattle's London Bridge recording studio with his brother, Raj Parashar.
He received a Grammy nomination for his work on Nickelback's 2001 album Silver Side Up (which featured lead vocals by Chad Kroeger).