New York based producer and DJ, worked with Eminem (Cinderella Man), Wiwek, Rimbu Records, Levitate, The Orb, Lee Scratch Perry, Raekwon, KRS1, The Beatnutz, BET, ESPN. He grew up in the Burbs outside NYC. He always loved dance and martial arts, as well as the kinetic feel of dance music and the message and angst of hip hop. Outside those genres, Electric guitars provided strong lead lines and melody that drew him in. By the age of 6 he was taking violin and collecting tapes and radio sounds and making mixes, trying to emulate djs by making "pause tapes."By 14, he was spending much of his time djing with turntables gifted him by Alex Paterson of the orb. In college, he ran a weekend mixshow and made some cash playing around fort collins colorado, only to give up school before graduation to come to new york to make beats, where he met Phillip "bangout" pitts, who schooled him on the science of drum stacking. Much diligence in that area landed him a track on Eminem's recovery album (cinderella man) which won that years grammy for best rap album. Recent credits include 4 entries on "so you think you can dance Canada" and numerous entries associated with the orb, including HFB's remix album and a russian release, "Tundra and Sunflakes Vol 2."