He began his professional entertainment career in the "smoking hot" South Beach music scene. He became well known making hot Miami Bass tracks in the early 1990's. Ds worked with some of the biggest names in the South Florida music scene. Musicians, Rap and Hip/Hop stars such as, Aka Jealous J ”Jim Johnsin” who did beats for Lil Jon, T.I., B.O.B., Nelly, Lil Wayne and Eminem, Trick Daddy, Hugo Aka Diaz Brothers, Luke, 69 Boyz, La Snow, Jam Pony Express, MVP, Danny D, White Dog, JT Money, Mike Fresh, Usher, PitBull and that’s just to name a few.
He also owned his own record label at the age of (16), Ozone Records Inc. with the group MVP who did the song “Do It To Me”, which hit the charts on Always Fresh Records and was produced by Danny “D” who did “Boom I Got Your Girl-friend”. He also teamed up with Kenny “G” from the Get Some-Crew and did a song called “Let me see you shake for Money”.
Ds moved on to the Atlanta, GA club scene and again was making his mark as a top notch club "DJ" He worked in and out of the studio cutting CD’s with some of the top names on the east coast, but something was missing and Ds knew exactly what it was. He wanted to write and so it began… First, just short outlines which developed into full blown screenplays. Ds had the ambition but he needed to learn the technique. In 1999, Ds took his passion for the written word, to the next level and started to write feature film scripts. He worked at the craft, day and night perfecting his own unique style. He became a student of best-selling author and screenwriter, Lee Shargel. Ds attended Lee's creative writing course entitled, "Peeling the Onion," this was the catalyst. He then went on writing his first major screenplay, “Breach”. The year was 2002 and the place was the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Ds kept at it, honing his writing craft and learning the ropes of the film business. From there, he continued working on screenplays for feature films and went on to write several pilot projects.
In 2006 Ds opened up Sky Limit Films Inc. and started to network on his own, and Ds was introduced to Blake Snyder who wrote the book Save the Cat! He worked hand and hand with Blake learning the ropes in Hollywood, and giving him the tools he needed to move ahead as a screen writer.
In 2010 Hugo Diaz came up with a Reality show and Ds put the icing on the cake. He came up with Music Ikons and Ds wanted to make the show a lot bigger, and came up with Sports Ikons.
In 2012 Ds came up with another reality show called “Stripper Rehab” that is being pitched in the US, Europe and Australia.
Keep your eyes on this rising star as he explodes on to the scene with his new brand of entertainment.