Located in London, Ontario, Mr. Love has performed as a classical guitarist from Los Angeles to Quebec City. He received his musical training at Los Angeles Valley College (Robert Mayeur) and the University of Southern California (James Smith, William Kanengiser). Other teachers include David Grimes and George Arvola. He has also played in master classes with David Leisner, Manuel Barrueco, David Russell and Benjamin Verdery. Awards include the Ensemble Award from U.S.C., the Music Faculty Scholarship from L.A.V.C. and first place in the L.A.V.C. Classical Guitar Association competition.
In addition to his performance schedule, Mr. Love has a thriving teaching practise in association with Conservatory Canada, working one on one with students of all ages and coaching ensemble classes.
Also an award winning, published composer, Mr. Love has assembled an impressive MIDI studio for composing and producing his own works. Encompassing a wide range of styles, his compositions are descriptive in nature with rich, colourful textures that evoke strong visual imagery. Mr. Love also enjoys arranging existing music for varied, unique instrumental combinations.
Recent credits include composing music for "Looking for Work in Canada" (Kem Murch Productions), music for the "London 200" television spots (Video 10 Productions) and second place in the 1999 Studea Musica Composition Competition.