His one-man, multi-media shows combine song, dance, film, storytelling, live on-stage painting and comedy. He toured the United States extensively with Partectijed (For Everyone), Uncontrollable Love and Tales From The Dark Bob. He has performed not only at museums and galleries, but also universities, nightclubs, theatres, county fairs, honkytonks and large concerts.
His music has been produced by PolyGram/Polydor Records, Chronic Interactive Media, The Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), High Performance Records and his own label MITB Records. His songs, soundtracks and audio-works have been programmed on radio and featured in theatre pieces and feature films. Notable collaborations: Kabbalamobile with performance artist Rachel Rosenthal, and Andy Dick & The Dark Bob with actor/comedian Andy Dick.
The Dark Bob's artworks (drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations) have been exhibited in galleries and museums across America and around the world.
He has been featured on numerous local television shows around the U.S. and has appeared many times on radio stations in this country and abroad. Additionally, the artist has been included in several film and video documentaries. Notably: “Life & Time Tonight”, KCET-PBS TV profile, "California Stories", KCET-PBS - TV profile, NPR (National Public Radio) profile by Elizabeth Perez Luna, "Views From L.A", by MVC - TV, "Young Turks", a documentary film by Stephen Seemayer, The Pacifica Radio National Network Interview, "The Territory of Art”, Produced by The Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles).
Numerous profiles, articles and reviews have been written on The Dark Bob. From the most eclectic art journals as well as mass media publications both local, national and international. Notably: The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Village Voice, L.A. Weekly, The Chicago Reader, Artforum and Artweek.
The Dark Bob recently organized and hosted All Stars of LA Performance Art. This seven part series featured some of the most renowned and influential performance artists in the nation as well as several pieces by emerging artists. These shows helped revitalize performance in Los Angeles and played to sold out crowds in LA’s most prestigious large nightclubs.