Jeff's obsession with music started out at an early age. His father, who was lead guitar in his high school band growing up had an extensive record collection the Jeff would go through religiously. His mother, started him out in piano (against his wishes) but it proved to be valuable in the years to come.
In high school, Jeff's love affair grew deepest with Hip-Hop and Electronica. Artists like A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots, Kruder & Dorfmeister and DJ Shadow, introduced him to a eclectic range of music that was unique and diverse at the same time.
Fast forward to 2007, where Jeff went from raver/promoter, to DJ. The transition was seamless, and the talent, quite evident. He landed coveted residencies at the Sunset Sessions with Art Department's Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow, followed by EXPOSED where he was the go-to opening act for the majority of the biggest parties.
In 2012, he played at the massive BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, alongside the Culprit duo "Climbers". He is now The Modern Love Affair Resident DJ, and has set the table for some of the biggest names in house music today, including Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Art Department, and Soul Clap just to name a few.
Jeff has been touted by many as "Toronto's Best Opening DJ", but don't let the title fool you - he brings the goods every time he steps up to the decks, and has carved out a unique sound that has people coming out just to see what he’ll do next.