Two years of marriage and eight since we met. Not quite sure how I survived those first 24 years without her by my side but now I can't imagine a day without her. Thanks for putting up with my extremely obscure references, the clicking of my mixer while I'm working on my scratches, hearing the same song over and over and over for multiple days at a time and the general ridiculousness that comes with being married to a working DJ. Here's to a life time of making more great memories. Love you babe.

Two years of marriage and eight since we met. Not quite sure how I survived those first 24 years without her by my side but now I can't imagine a day without her. Thanks for putting up with my extremely obscure references, the clicking of my mixer while I'm working on my scratches, hearing the same song over and over and over for multiple days at a time and the general ridiculousness that comes with being married to a working DJ. Here's to a life time of making more great memories. Love you babe.

Sending a big birthday shout out to my guy @djbstee. Yeah we are technically cousins but this guy might as well be my brother. Growing up we were pretty inseparable and I've gotta thank him for getting me into DJing. Had he not gotten that belt drive purple Numark turntable and Numark Blue Dog mixer who knows where I'd be. This picture is from when we were about 15 or 16. I had just gotten my Numark TT 1s and Vestax 05 earlier that year. I was living in Kansas at the time while Brandon was back in NJ still. So that summer I hopped on a plane with my turntables, mixer, and a bag of records and headed to NJ for a month. We setup down in his parents basement and just DJED, nerded out over music, and went record shopping. Also there was this new thing called "The Scratch Academy" up in NYC and we were part of the very first class of students. This trip was like a mini dj boot camp and looking back it was pretty life changing. So long story short here's to @djbstee my brother for life.

Sending a big birthday shout out to my guy @djbstee. Yeah we are technically cousins but this guy might as well be my brother. Growing up we were pretty inseparable and I've gotta thank him for getting me into DJing. Had he not gotten that belt drive purple Numark turntable and Numark Blue Dog mixer who knows where I'd be. This picture is from when we were about 15 or 16. I had just gotten my Numark TT 1s and Vestax 05 earlier that year. I was living in Kansas at the time while Brandon was back in NJ still. So that summer I hopped on a plane with my turntables, mixer, and a bag of records and headed to NJ for a month. We setup down in his parents basement and just DJED, nerded out over music, and went record shopping. Also there was this new thing called "The Scratch Academy" up in NYC and we were part of the very first class of students. This trip was like a mini dj boot camp and looking back it was pretty life changing. So long story short here's to @djbstee my brother for life.