Tommy knew at a young age that he loved to be in front of an audience, even if it was just in his church in South Carolina. He competed in and won every local and state talent competition via his first love, dance. Tommy graduated as Valedictorian of his high school class and then decided to put college aside for a while and move to LA to live with his older brother, Jimmy.
After interning at a recording studio and dancing in music videos and on Soul Train, Tommy decided to try his hand at other creative things. While on the set of a movie, he met the person who eventually introduced him to the band No Authority. During his 3½ years with NA, Tommy was able to incorporate his loves for writing, producing, singing and dancing. He performed for tens of thousands of people almost each and every show on Nickelodeons All That Music and More Festival Tour, Britney Spears Oops! I Did It Again Tour, and 98 Degrees Heat It Up Tour. NA also played numerous radio shows and even performed for over 80,000 Nascar fans at Richmond International Speedway.
After the break-up of NA, Tommy continued to write and record original material, supporting this passion by working construction, tele-marketing, bartending, and currently as the Venue Relations Manager for Goldstar.com for the San Diego and Chicago markets. Music-wise, he is writing for a licensing company called True Music, writing for film/television projects, as well as having a placement on the debut album of Varsity FC, a new pop group on Capitol! Aside from music, Tommy is also pursuing acting, having acted on national commercials, as well as many film/television projects, and even working in a producer/consultant role for numerous projects.