I grew up the only child and was always known as the shy and quiet one. Needless to say I was picked on a lot as a kid for being different. Well I am still different so live with it, the only thing now is that I won't shut up and I speak my mind.

Ever since I was little I knew I was gay and also knew I wanted to be a DJ and on the Radio but got lost and went into accounting. I eventually enrolled at the Ohio Center for Broadcasting where I met Cole and my life has not been the same since.

I interned for the Clear Channel Cleveland Cluster of stations where I learned a ton about broadcasting as well as met a lot of very cool people and soon discovered that they are not celebrities, but just regular people like you and I whose job just happens to be radio.

I came to RGIN in 2002 as a DJ with an all request show and was thrust into the role of Program Director in a matter of months. I established the sound and flow of RGIN, and make sure the station runs smoothly. I later added a second show that I also do along with my partner of nine years called "The Eighties at Eight".

Cole approached me about doing a show and felt the need to grow as a broadcaster as well. I was up for the challenge and "Edge Radio" was born. Wow. Now that I think about it, did we learn anything in broadcasting school? Tune in and find out!

Edge Radio