In February 2010, Radio Stevie launched the college radio show, Radio Stevie: Mood Stabilizer, on Southern Connecticut State University’s on air broadcast WSIN. The show featured various types of music and interviews including an interview with the cast of RENT from the Bridgeport Theatre Company. As The Radio Stevie Show continued it became more than just a school activity. His time at WSIN helped to develop a path towards becoming a noteworthy music blogger.

In the summer of 2010 the first Radio Stevie blog launched featuring music reviews, photography, music, and creative writings samples. Later, Radio Stevie began working closely within the yoga community creating playlist for local teachers and at events in New Haven, Connecticut. The success of his Radio Stevie show helped to launch Create.Share.Unite, a monthly coffee shop social & The Stabilizing Zone, a New Haven based community blog. In-between hosting a radio show, blogging and organizing Create.Share.Unite, Radio Stevie was published in HERE Digest as a featured writer with the article, “Radio Stevie: The Mood Stabilizer.” He also briefly signed on as a blogger for the vintage online shop Nifty Thrifty.

After deciding to end Create.Share.Unite and leaving his college broadcast, Radio Stevie served as an intern for The Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival from October 2011 – July 2012. It was during his time there that he connected with music and events on a new level. As an intern Radio Stevie worked with high profiled artists like Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, Grace Potter, Alex Grey and more. Radio Stevie developed a new appreciation for music and entertainment and continues to work events with Baseline Productions, Wicked Cool Productions and Black Rock Rocks. Never losing his connection to blogging Radio Stevie became the Marketing Assistant for The Green Bride Guide, a comprehensive resource for eco-friendly wedding ideas, products and services. Radio Stevie writes the Vendor Green Light blogs as well as featured product blogs & develops the weekly e-newsletters. When the company expanded and created the  eco-friendly parenting site, Green Mom Guide, Radio Stevie became the Merchandising & Affiliate Manager until his departure in July 2013.

After a brief hiatus from music journalism, Radio Stevie returned to music blogs in November 2012 with Now Streaming: The Radio Stevie Music Blog. The entertainment blog features music reviews, album reviews, music streams and more. Radio Stevie combined his new understanding of music, web design and blogging to create a blog he can truly be proud of. His dream is for Now Streaming to become a credible source for new music discoveries.

In January 2013 Radio Stevie signed on as a contributor for EQ Music Blog in London, United Kingdom. His focus is to always present new and exciting sounds that goes beyond top 40 radio. (

In February 2013 Radio Stevie signed on as a contributor for Too Good for Radio.

Radio Stevie has been developing a podcast and hopes to return to radio in the future.

Radio Stevie joined the local New Haven blog site in April 2013.

In August 2013 Radio Stevie became the Communications Manager for The Arts Council of Greater New Haven.

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