I have always had a wide ranging love for music in all its forms. I believe if you listen to something that makes you feel happy; you should embrace it (whether it is EDM, Classical or the Spice Girls). Personally I've always had what you could term as a marriage to Trance all while having a dirty affair with Funky House. Before I started playing (during my clubbing days), I’d spend most the night in the corridors of a club as I couldn’t decide on which room to dance in (Trance or House).
My granddad bought me my first decks (belt drive). I didn’t leave them alone for the best part of two years, only issue being I had no idea what I was doing. Back then the internet wasn’t as widely used as it is now. I couldn’t just Google “How to Mix”. I basically learned everything myself through nonstop practice and determination. I’m also my own worst critic which I believe also helps in this industry.
I eventually started playing pubs and clubs up until around 2004 when I had my son. This put pay to the live gigs as it wasn't helping with my family life.
The next few years were private events or parties only. I also started using the digital side of producing which peaked my interest and love for EDM all over again.