After graduation, he moved to Nashville and founded a jingle house and mixing room called Dream Sequence Music, which operated from 1991-1993. He eventually moved to Virginia to set up a studio (Dream Sequence Virginia) in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains from 1993-1997. He found success in a wide variety of different genres--from the heavy rock sounds of Earth To Andy, to the alternative vibe of Clare Quilty, to the folk and bluegrass strummings of Robin and Linda Williams, to the goth/industrial pulse of Bella Morte, to the pop sounds of Ben Arthur and regional favorites Slackjaw, and so many more. From 1997-2000 he built Dream Sequence LA, a recording studio handling emerging and newly signed major label artists.
In 2000 he launched the Crystalphonic Recording Studio in Charlottesville, VA, moving on to Raleigh, NC several years later to set up Crystalphonic Mastering Studio.