Since he started performing as a comedian in 1990, Stef has been in high demand both in the pub circuit and the corporate events. Performing with the best the world has seen including David Strassman, The Amazing Johnathan, Steady Eddy, Lenny Henry, The Umbilical Brothers, Wendy Harmer, Richard Stubbs, Rachel Burger, Elliot Goblet, Vince Sorrenti, Rich Hall, Stevie Starr-The Regurgitator, and hypnotist Martin St. James.
Stef has worked in theatres, universities, concert halls, casinos, corporate events, nightclubs, football and cricket clubs, bucks and hens nights, and almost every comedy venue in Australia. He has performed in Australia, The UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Italy, and Papua New Guinea. No show has been too hard for him and working an average of 225 shows per year, he can certainly be considered: ''The Hardest Working Man in Show Business No-One's Ever Heard Of!''
In 1995, he was invited to join the Momentum Circus (consisting of ex-members of Circus Oz and which like that circus has no animals) and helped create their show which toured Singapore and throughout Australia.
He has fire breathed in front of 16,000 people at the NBL Grand Final in Melbourne and became the first Australian comedian to perform in the 800 seat Showroom at Crown Casino. He performed his disturbing broken glass act at the 1997 Big Day Out.
Stef has a versatile range of talents that will create an individual show for each and every performance. He performs to small groups of people within a large function. This uses ''close-up'' magic tricks and/or many other skills such as fire swallowing and much comedy patter.
Stef also has a musical comedy show which consists of original comedy songs and parody songs using guitar and has even played a double bass!! Some of these pieces have featured on the Austereo networks ''Home-grown Comedy''.
“..inventive props comedy... fabulous songs...” The Age (Melbourne)
“..manic.. warped.. a calculated and cunning comic..” The Age (Melbourne)
“..generated more sparks than heating metal in a microwave.. he brought the house down.. an instant classic..” The Evening Post; (Wellington; New Zealand)