As a M.I. graduate Tommy started his career as a music editor for Chronic Music. Creating sample CDs and editing music for production music libraries such as Killer Edge and MegaTrax.

In 2003 he started doing production work for several ClearChannel radio stations in Los Angeles (including KISS fm and Hot 92.3) but soon left to work for the newly formed Indie 103.1 FM. A radio station Rolling Stone Magazine named "the nations best radio station". Working along side such music legends as Steve Jones, Henry Rollins, Rob Zombie, and Dave Navaro, Tommy served as Promotions Director over a coarse of two years while also engineering remote broadcasts, handling ISDN patches and filling in as board op for several radio shows, including Jonesy's Juke Box, The Chemical Brothers, and Camp Freddy Radio.

After leaving Indie 103.1 Tommy then went to work for music producer Bruce Robb at Cherokee Studies. There he assisted Bruce with the formation of a new independent record label, Quarter2Three Music.

For the next 6+ years Tommy worked extensively in Live Sound, working for with many local and national touring bands.  Additionally, he's designed and installed sound systems for several bars, clubs, and commercial facilities.

Now living in Portland, Tommy continues to write music for Production Libraries, with over 130 tracks in rotation to date.  He works with a network of other Producers and Songwriters at creating original music, both for Film/TV and for signed artists.