I have been blessed with great challenges and experiences in my life, culminating at the present where I can gladly say that all is well. I have humbly been given the ultimate miracle of fatherhood and I love every single second of life with my son. I adore my wife of thirteen years more and more each day. My award-winning company, Advanced Home Audio & Video was born from a dream to follow my passions for music, detail and positive human interaction. My broad education and extensive life experience have granted me the luxury of combining acquired intellect with my God-given skill set to labor every day at something I can truly say I love to do...and I know how meaningful that is! Being able to serve the USO as a contracted A/V Expert has warmed my heart with a sense of true giving, as I gladly pour every ounce of my being into creating the best entertainment areas possible for the troops who give us their all every day. As this aspect of my business continues to flourish, so does my appreciation for the people of the USO, and the fine men and women of our Armed Forces. My introduction to television a few years ago as the A/V Expert/Consultant for the hit show Man Caves on the Do-It-Yourself Network (DIY) has been nothing short of remarkable. Great new friends, life-changing experiences, doors opening all over the world...WOW! Business continues to grow daily, with people seeing the difference that passion, detail, artistic talent and relentless dedication can bring to my field. In troubled times like these it comforts me to know that hard work can pay off...and it can for you also! "The Only Failure Is Not To TRY!"

Work experience

Work experience
Aug 2002 - Present


Advanced Home Audio & Video
Jan 2002 - Sep 2003


New England Data & WiFi
Mar 2001 - Mar 2002

Network Specialist

RKL & Associates
Great family owned small business, servicing IT clients in greater CT and southern Mass. with old fashioned values and technical prowess. I was very pleased to be a part of the team, but as the bubble burst in IT my employer was faced the challenge of downsizing to survive and I was one of the low men on the pole. No hard feelings, I supported him them and I still remain in contact today. I learned a ton about business from him, and I would like to attribute a great deal of my business success to him and his company.
May 1989 - Sep 2000

E.R. Tech / Security Officer

MidState Medical Center
1987 - 1990

Shift Manager, Floor Supervisor, Usher, Concession Attendant

United Artists


2000 - 2001


Connecticut Computer Service
1991 - 1992


Middlesex Community Technical College
1988 - 1989


Johnson State College
1984 - 1988


Francis T. Maloney