One half of the Drum and Bass super group Total Science, Q-Project brought a lot of attention his way as far back as 1991 with the release of "Freestyle Fanatic". However it was the establishment of the Legend imprint and specifically Q-Project's "Champion Sound", which really took their (Total Science's) profile above and beyond the slew of anonymous white labels that were dominating the music at the time.
Q-Project's 'Ask Not' stormed it's way through the UK dance charts. Later on in the year, Q-Project signed 'Bang Out', 'Uprising VIP' and 'In for a Penny, In for a Pound' to Creative Source, Liquid V and Bingo. Along with the news that Q-Project was to sign to Hospital Records, it marked the start of some interesting solo projects, illustrated in the popular 'Hello My Name is Q-Project' EP release.
The action and buzz surrounding Q-Project during 2005 put him in serious demand from promoters worldwide, obtaining them a long list of gigs all over England and Europe, not forgetting to mention the scoring of a prime-time New Years Eve set in New Zealand and a U.S.A tour
lasting three weeks.
Fast forwarding to the present Q-Project is still alive and well as a full time member of Total Science as he had been since