A New Hampshire native, Parish Dawe-Chadwick found a love of music growing up in the White Mountains at the age of 9. He soon developed an interest in music creation through Garageband. During his time at Kennett High School Parish took part in marching band, jazz band, and symphonic band as a multi-percussionist. He also composed film-score music that he would share through multiple online platforms such as YouTube and Bandcamp.
Following graduation Parish attended Plymouth State University’s BA Music Technology program, graduating Cum Laude. During this time, he accepted audio technician positions at various concert venues across New Hampshire, including the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford and the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. Parish also wrote multiple pieces for the jazz ensemble and percussion ensemble while attending the university. Towards the end of his time at PSU Parish slowly transitioned from film composition to modern music production, opening up a home studio in Plymouth.
Following graduation, Parish accepted his current position as recording studio supervisor at Plymouth State University.