T-Bird's career began in 1990 at Los Angeles' Fred Segal, known for its celebrity clientele and its ability to forecast West Coast style since 1960. Residencies at Los Angeles acid-jazz staple Internationalist and his own night, Jazzid Up!, soon followed. Over the years, T-Bird has played high-profile shows at LA hot spots Mor Bar, Air Conditioned Supper Club, The Room, Star Shoes, Club Sugar, Ivar, King King, and Zanzibar in addition to events such as LACMA's 40th Anniversary and Venice Beach's Carnevale and Abbot Kinney Boulevard's Annual Street Festival. 2005 found him focused on expanding the "T-Bird Sound" internationally, with Barcelona quickly becoming his second home. His introduction to Spanish audiences came from gigs at Bongo Lounge at La Paloma, Oven & Buda Bar in Barcelona, and Mandela in Sitges. Determined to visit "at least one new country" on his next trip he formed relationships with Swiss DJ's and promoters. In January of 2006, T-Bird returned to Bongo Lounge for their pre-Reyes "Kings of Funk" night playing for over 1500 party people. He also spun for the first time to Swiss crowds in venues Pooc in Biel-Bienne, Grenzwert in Basel and Aaah! Club in Zurich. Returning in the summer, T-Bird played in Sitges' Magma Bar and held residencies at Torre Rosa and Sub Rosa, both in Barcelona. He was also featured at Bongo Lounge and Caseta del Migdia at the top of Montjuic. Back in the States, T-Bird has maintained a 7 year residency with Something Else! @ The Brig. He's also well traveled domestically. In recent years, T-Bird has appeared in many major US Markets including: New York City - Wikkid! (@ Guernica), Halcyon, Opaline, White Rabbit, and Drive-By; Las Vegas - The Venetian and The Hilton; San Francisco - Museum of the African Diaspora, 12 Galaxies, Club Cocomo and Oxygen Sushi & Sake Lounge; Miami - The Leslie Hotel (Winter Music Conference 2002); San Diego - Beanie's Lounge T-Bird has played beside DJ greats Marques Wyatt, Swedish Egil, Mark Rae (Rae & Christian/Grand Central Records,) The Dope Bros. (Professor Angel Dust & De Lippo,) Mark Hill of Artful Dodger and Nickodemus of Turntables on the Hudson. Finally, 2007 finds him working on remixes & original productions--with music already being utilized by Microsoft and MTV. Additionally a radio show, "Something Else!," is available as a podcast.