Hooman started spinning in college in 1988. Right after graduating he opened Spinmasters, the first DJ supply shop in Dallas, TX. He frequented customers such as Maceoplex and Thugfucker and employed now well-known names such as JT Donaldson and Arnold Velasco. With the emergence of the rave scene, Hooman started promoting some of the first raves in Dallas under the banner E-productions. A few years later he opened BPM records with Jordan Wollman and Stefan Weise and co-produced tracks such as Mad World (Stefan's Journey Into Madness Mix) and Depeche Mode – Strange Love (Starfire's Strangefire Mix). His most recent collaboration was with Trey Courtney (Treyco) remixing George Kranz’s Din Daa Daa into a track titled Din Dum Dum. Hooman most recently was an organizer for Burning Man 2016 camp Huggzilla and performed on the playa. Today Hooman is living in San Francisco and runs a 501(c)3 non-profit charity called House for Humanity.