was born in the Capitol of California in 1985. He moved around between the Bay Area and Sacramento for most of his youth. At the age of nine his father committed suicide by lethal injection -he was an anesthesiologist- and his mother, sister and step-father settled into Los Altos CA. To fill time between domestic squabbling and suburban boredom he would play air guitar concerts with the Beatles "Help" to ghosts. Leaving Northern California in 2003, Zweng left for Santa Barbara, CA to study political science, philosophy and music. Matriculated into New York University in the Fall of 2005, he entered the Gallatin School of Individualized Study to further develop his ideas on Geohumanism. He also continued his musical pursuits on and off campus. This included time abroad in Ghana to study traditional and contemporary West African music and art- an influence that remains prominent to this day. Upon graduation Zweng returned to California. He released "Le Sabado Tarde"- a collection of songs written and recorded between Santa Barbara and New York- and began working on new projects. Between recording in San Francisco and Los Angeles he also traveled to New Orleans and France to find musical muses and time to record additional projects; "Westside Pump Station" with Dirty Dave and the Deviants, and a "Victroia Avec Zweng". During the recording of "Silent Scream of Gulls" in 2008 Zweng, and co-producer Jon Hakakian began expanding into television and commercial song-writing for companies like ABC Television network. His musical activities were supplemented by developments for Geohumanism as a Non-Profit Organization and by commercial art production.