Over the last 13 years Dj JD has solidified himself as New England's premier DJ, holding the hottest residencies and playing the most exclusive parties.  As the Music Director for Big Night Entertainment Group with venues at MGM/Foxwoods including Shrine, Scorpion Bar and High Rollers, Dj JD has proven his ability to consistently rock the crowd.  

As the Resident DJ at Shrine, ranked in the top 30 nightclubs in the country by Nightclub & Bar, JD has had the opportunity to play alongside the top DJ's in the world, including Avicii, AM, Steve Aoki, Chuckie, Martin Solveig, R3hab, Dirty South, Riz, Clinton Sparks, Scene & Enferno to name a few.  Although New England is home, Dj JD has traveled all over the country playing clubs in San Diego, LA, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Miami and NYC.

Being a classically trained musician and graduating with a Bachelor’s of Music from Berklee College of Music both have influenced him to mix music in a way seldom heard in today's club scene.  JD now passes on his music and DJ knoledge, teaching the Turntable Technique class alongside his mentor Stephen Webber during Berklee’s Five-Week summer program.  

Teaching has been a central theme is JD's career and he continues on that path with Remix Report (www.remixreport.com), a blog co-authored by Dj Jay Spring.  Remix Report, "Where DJ's Talk Shop," is a Video DJ blog and podcast discussing all aspects of DJing, including new & classic remixes, playlist ideas, editorials, Dj tips & tricks and Dj/remixer interviews.  

Driven by his love of music and technology Dj JD has produced remixes played around the world by some of today's biggest DJ's such as David Guetta.  Featured on Crooklyn Clan's Crack4Djs.net, Dj JD holds the top spot for the all-time best-selling remix "Low is Gone."  Dj JD is no stranger to the remix game having produced records with Dj Excel and Dj Serafin for the AV8 Records and releasing party breaks with Rampage, Sick-E & Amaze.  Along with his remixes you can find his edits on Dj City and DMS & Club Killers.