In 1989, he formed his own record label, started producing dance singles and eventually became (as part of The Boomtang Boys) Canada's most successful remixer. After producing two #1 singles, a gold album and winning a JUNO award for best dance single, and remixing artists like Bif Naked, Econoline Crush, Ashley MacIsaac, Kim Stockwood, Sky, Amanda Marshall, Corey Hart, Holly Cole, Wild Stawberries, David Usher, Andy Kim, France Joli, V.I.P., Gloria Gaynor, Kim Esty, Kon Kan, Monik Garo, Soul Attorneys, Temperance, Carol Medina, and The Philospher Kings, he turned his talents to scoring for film and television. He also became the music consultant for the hit TV show Queer As Folk.
But, first, last and always, his main passion has been DJing. The intimacy and immediacy of spinning tracks for a crowd of sweating dancers gets his creative juices flowing like nothing else. He's played at Cornelius, Stages, Chaps, The Bellair Cafe, The Copa, The CN Tower, Club XS, Aztec, The Barn and Subterrania (London, UK) among others. He's played every style of music but keeps coming back to house music. He's done almost everything there is to do in the music business but he keeps coming back to the clubs.
The DJ booth is where he was meant to be.