People often ask me, why did you start dj'ing? Other than a love for music and a tech edge like no other, there was a specific moment I remember so clearly. It was during a high school dance, one of which I was chaperoning (fyi: I'm a computer science teacher full time). I was there, the kids were there, the music sucked, no one dancing or smiling, no dj, just a teacher with a laptop and some small speakers. I thought to myself, "This is so sad, my school won't hire someone because well, it cost money... I bet I can make a difference. I bet I can buy some big speakers, a laptop, and dj gear, and really get something going for these kids. They deserve a good high school dance experience." Now, here I am, dj'ing weddings and bars and school dances on the regular. I never imagined I'd have the skill or know how to fill a dance floor and make people move and smile. I never imagined the happiness and gratitude felt by couples, people, and kids, because of my dj'ing. It's one of the coolest feelings, I must admit. I LOVE seeing people go nuts when their jam comes on and they hit the floor. It was never about making money, or trying to become the best dj in the world. It was about music and the good feelings it brings to people. Today, I'm feeling very happy and thankful.
With years of experience under my belt, you won't find a more qualified, dignified or electrified person to throw down the music for your special event. My rates are reasonable, my pants are pressed, and I'm waiting for you to hire me.