Started out as a DJ at Baa Bar in Liverpool aged 18.
Became popular in the Liverpool scene across various nights.
Asked to play new intimate night called ‘Cream’ by founder Darren Hughes.
Became integral to Cream’s rise to becoming a superclub; providing the soundtrack in the Annexe room alongside all the leading DJs like Carl Cox, Sasha, Paul Oakenfold et al.
Gained national acclamation following inclusions in the DJ Mag top 100 and Muzik Magazine’s Leading Resident DJ.
Began touring nationwide under the Cream banner before progressing overseas to whole of Europe, Australia and China.
Production with Techno legend Andy Weatherall and House pioneer Matthew Roberts got underway whilst still playing week in week out at Cream and beginning residencies at Creamfields and Cream Ibiza.
Joined forces with Paul Oakenfold as Cream resident in Annexe room.
Continued residency with Paul Oakenfold, this time in new Cream Courtyard Arena – forming a formidable duo and creating the most amazing shows that are still talked about to this day.
As Cream closed its doors, work continued on the worldwide touring circuit.
Took an extended sabbatical from DJing to pursue other interests in videography.
Returned to DJing in various venues across Liverpool.
Became resident of the new Cream reunion events – which became a huge success – reigniting the flame for many old Cream goers.
Bookings flooded in from across the country for big events like Creamfields, Golden in Stoke and Colours in Glasgow.
Produced tracks on new Big Fist record label which reached the top spot in Trackitdown charts.
Now a stalwart on the huge Cream classics tours.
Promises to be biggest yet, with branded tours in the pipeline and regular tours abroad.