1967: Sees Lottie Brunn juggle 9 rings on rolling globe at Ringling Bros.
1976: Sees a teacher juggle in a class at school. Learns to juggle with
3 rocks from outside immediately after class. Terrifies teacher the next
day by juggling them around expensive scientific equipment in the Lab.
1977: Buys first unicycle while working a summer job on Nantucket. Learns
to ride it over the next two days. By the end of the summer, is riding
successfully on the cobblestones of Main Sreet, Nantucket.
1978: Achieves 5 ball Juggling, and learns to ride backwards on the
1982: Begins practicing regularly with future partners, Al Moniz and Bob
1984: Performs first show with Al & Bob as The Suspenders.
Late 1980's: Attends various regional juggling conventions, learns LOTS
of new skills. Helps Jeff Mason work on 3 diabolos, which inspires Criss
Cross to start learning 2 diabolos.
1989: Performs in First Annual Mashpee Commons Street Performers' Festival
with The Suspenders.
1992: While doing a traveling school assembly program, learns to juggle
5 clubs (after more than two million practice throws), 7 balls (don't ask
how many practice throws for that, he lost count) and finally learns
1994: Attends first National Juggling convention in Burlington, VT. Is
featured in an interview for ESPN2 and the Highlights Video produced by
1996: Performs regularly at Foxwoods Casino; Begins making regular appearances
at Heritage American Museums & Gardens on Cape Cod. Appears as a Guest
Performer with the highly acclaimed Bounce & Ooo La La and Daniel show
at several locations. Teaches Daniel some unicycling tricks.
1997: Performs at Java Internet Business Expo in New York City. Attends
IJA National Convention in Pittsburgh, PA. Teaches Sem & Theresa Abrams
and Mardene Rubio how to pass on a moving 3 person line feed.
1998: Opening entertainment at reception for Colleen Coyne, U.S. Women's
Hockey Gold Medalist.
2001: Performs solo at Mashpee Commons Street Performers' Festival. Performs
at York Juggling Festival, Engalnd.
2002: Performs at Eadaville Railroad for an extended engagement during
Thomas the Tank Engine Days.
2003: Makes 10th consecutive appearance at Falmouth Road Race Spaghetti Supper, and
7th consecutive appearance on Kid's Day at Heritage American Museums & Gardens on Cape Cod.
2004: Passes the Faneuil Hall Street Performer Auditions on his first attempt!
2006: 12th consecutive appearance at the Wianno Club's 4th of July party.