2002-present: Dueling Piano Player at Pat O’ Briens/Universal Citywalk. Full-time contracted player for over eight years. Works with partner to fulfill requests, encourage audience participation, and put a smile on guests’ faces.
May 2017: Starred in Future Legend, a sci-fi rock musical featuring the music of David Bowie, performed at the Orlando Fringe Festival.
September 2012-present: Recurring performer at The Venue, Blue’s new theatre in Ivanhoe Village. Performed for fundraisers, cabarets, and corporate parties.
1995-present: Freelance Singer/Pianist, starting with SAK Comedy Lab in 1995 (still doing gigs with them after 20 years). Worked at various resorts and clubs across the country, from local work (Auggie’s at Gaylord Palms, Baby Grands, countless hotels in the Disney area, and various non-profit fundraiser for Fringe, the LGBT community, and theatre organizations) to statewide appearances (recurring player at Soprano’s Dueling Piano Bar in Ft. Lauderdale. FL) to national gigs (The Jive and Wail - St. Louis, MO; DJ’s Dugout - Omaha and Lincoln, NE) to international appearances (most recently, performing for a 2016 destination wedding in Spain).
2006-present: Creative Consumer for Ideas to Go, a company with branches in Orlando, Minneapolis, and Morristown, NJ. Participated in Ideation sessions in Orlando, Minneapolis, Dallas, Miami, and Morristown. Helped create product ideas and positioning platforms for major Fortune 500 companies.
May 2013: Performer and Co-Creator of Blue and Tod: In the Black at Orlando Fringe 2013, patrons pick for the Black Venue.
June 2011: Premiered original musical, Media, at the Orlando Shakespeare Center. May 2011: Premiered original musical, Suckers, at Orlando Fringe 2011. Also, performed in his first Fringe venture with Blue, Blue and Tod’s Big Queer Hootenanny.
May 2010: Performed latest solo rock cabaret, Robots Stole My Piano, at Orlando Fringe 2010. Previous cabarets include 2008’s In the Blue and 2007’s F-Bombs and G-Strings.
September 2009: Premiered original musical, My Illustrious Wasteland, Off-Broadway at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Wasteland was among 12 selections that were chosen from over 500 submissions to take part in the festival.