He’s been djing in Boston since 1987. Became known in the college scene in the late ’80s to early ’90s for mixing Hip Hop, Reggae, RnB & House Music. Then in 1991, he began a residency at the BOSTON LOFT with Armand Van Helden. Then in February of 1992, he started the Legendary Utopia Parties. Utopia still remains as one of Boston’s hottest DEEP HOUSE MUSIC events. In 2006 Boston Magazine awarded him DJ OF THE YEAR. In 2007 Weekly Dig awarded Utopia Sundays the BEST HOUSE NIGHT IN BOSTON. On December 22, 2012, he was forced to retire due to health issues with diabetes. That same evening politician Tito Jackson gave him an award that said December 22, 2012, was DJ BRUNO DAY. After an operation that caused him to lose some of his vision, he enrolled in the Carroll Center for the Blind. At the center, he learned to cope with his blindness and to continue loving life. Still determined to do what he loves he came out of retirement in July 2013. SINCE HIS RETURN HE CONTINUES TO KEEP PEOPLE DANCIN.