Vernon G Segaram, born in London in October 1986, is a well established musician within the western and eastern musical circuit. His musical talents were brought out by the support of his mother and father, Paskaradevan Vasanthee and Sivagnanam Ruthiran. His father having been a Sound Engineer in the 1970's for BBC World Service thoroughly encouraged that he learnt eastern classical music (carnatic).
Vernon Finished his Mridangam Diploma 1 and post Diploma 2 with the Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan at the age of 15, under the tutelage of Sri M.Balachandar, mastering and continuing to exhibit the Palani Subraminiam Pillai style. During this time Vernon studied the Violin and completed his grade 7 under Costas Manoras, a reputable greek violinist. He also studied classical piano under the tutelage of Miss Irene Tait.
Vernon completed his GCSE music and A-level Music Technology at the London School of Music and Media. Vernon's Main instrument is the Drum-Kit and learnt under Matthew Dickinson an orchestral percussionist and session Drummer for many UK Bands. The burst was a band created by Vernon and George Jackson, the band played at many venues including West-One-Four in kenisngton, The Asotria Tottenham Court Road and The Garage in Islington. The band came second in a worldwide international competition, Emergenza. Music has been a major part of Vernon's life and inspired him to start up his own production company after studying Music Technology and Sound Engineering at Music College.
Vernon has so far produced music tracks for various UK artists and TV stations such as, Tharisanam and Deepam TV as well as composing the Title Song for the Hit-TV series Chitra, he is also working on some film projects for north indian and american entertainment companies. Adaxial London is the production name that Vernon owns and produces under.