Milton's artistic journey started at the tender age of 5, when he started vocal and piano performance.
He auditioned and was given the opportunity to represent his country (Jamaica) at the World Championships of the Performing Arts (WCOPA) 2008, where he garnered three gold medals for excellence in Music, Speech and Drama. During his formative years at the Mona Preparatory School, he sought to further hone his artistic skill set by participating in Jamaica's annual Festival for the Performing Arts (JCDC).
JCDC was the perfect training ground for Milton to develop his artistic, performance and critical listening skills from an early age. His performances (both as an individual and member of different groups alike) awarded him several medals and National awards. He was most notably awarded "Best Original Jamaican Composition" in his age group nationwide for his song "Society" at eleven years old. He was subsequently recruited as a member of the Father Ho Lung & Friends Music Ministry where he now added musical theatre and Christian charity to his growing list of extracurricular activities.
Milton's abilities continued to flourish as he attended Ardenne High School - a prestigious performing arts institution known across the Caribbean. It was there that he acquired a new principal instrument - the steel pan. Within a few years, his rapid proficiency in the instrument and innate ear for song arrangement afforded him the rank of Musical Director for the Ardenne Steel Orchestra. In his spare time, he started to gain an interest in music production and audio engineering. Image-Line's FL Studio was his MIDI Sequencer and DAW application of choice. As he grew as a composer, he won local jingle/production competitions and online music contests.
Upon envisioning a career in Audio Engineering, Milton left his island home to attend Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, where he pursued his Bachelor of Science degree in Recording Arts. Sound design, live sound engineering and studio recording are among the many other audio disciplines that Milton was able to learn and to hone during his tertiary studies.
He now works full time as a freelance musical composer, recording engineer, sound editor/designer, mix engineer and audio educator in Kingston, Jamaica. Notable projects include his work with Oscar award winning Production Sound Mixer, Chris Munro, on the Bob Marley: One Love (2024) film.