After graduating from Harvard in 2004, Gambit began working a 9 to 5 with a venture capitalist real estate firm. Despite the beach house on Long Island and the six-figure salary, he found himself numbed by his 'comfortable' lifestyle and longed for the suspense of his adolescence. He missed the music he obsessed over as a teenager, the music he somehow knew was his true calling. So, with the same rigor and discipline he developed in college, he committed to learn how to play, write, and record music in the hopes of feeling once again. Before long, Gambit was playing to music reps convinced they were watching a life-long musician. The raw emotion of both his recordings and live performances are no doubt a result of man doing what he is truly meant to do.