Hexadecimal made his name when his remix featured on James Zabiela's first mix compilation. He then topped the DJ Magazine chart with 'Brain Machine' and had the opening track feature on the Plump DJ's much acclaimed Fabric Live Mix CD.
He began his career on the UK dance scene playing many of the countries top club nights and festivals. Global Gathering, Fabric, Glade, Gatecrasher and Godskitchen are just a few of the places you could have see him grace the decks. In 2007 he won the international Breakspoll breakthrough DJ award and went on to present his own mix compilation CD on the front cover of International DJ Magazine.
Out of the studio his skills as a DJ are renowned. Cuttings it up, effortlessly mixing from one tune, to another, to the next genre and back without missing a beat. His trickery on the decks compliments his tune selection. Smashing the speakers with no holds barred selection of beats and bass that no sound system should ever have been built to handle.
In 2012 he presents a cool and contemporary stance on the breakbeat / bass music continuum. His second artist album 'Reform / Restore' breathes fresh life and air in his productions produced around a concept based on his own life experiences. A near fatal car accident, moving to New Zealand and feeling the full force of mother nature during the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes. The album features collaborations with stunning Vancouver vocalist Ingrid Hakanson on 'Cracks' Houston rapper Joe B on 'Boom & bust' and the talents of Dub FX on the staggering 'Open Your Eyes.
Hexadecimal currently resides in New Zealand where he makes regular DJ appearances across the country including the legendary kiwi festival Rhythm & Vines in Gisborne in 2012. Hexadecimal also hosts a fortnightly radio show on 88.6 Radioactive.fm in Wellington; recordings of his shows can be downloaded via his soundcloud page Hexadecimal Sound Cloud Page