Using the skills she honed in radio while playing alternative music for a conservative college campus, Deejay Diva made her debut as a gothic and industrial nightclub deejay in Washington DC during the latter part of 1993 at Asylum In Exile with DJ Ian.
In 1994, Deejay Diva went solo to become the co- promoter and house deejay for Ascension at Club Heaven in Adams Morgan. Ascension featured some of the more obscure gothic and industrial dance music and hosted occasional performances by local gothic and industrial bands.
Deejay Diva formed a group venture with deejay Red Steve and promoter Cyber Jen in 1995 to establish Erebus, which began at Club Diversité and later moved to Bar Nun. Erebus was a gothic and industrial dance extravaganza that drew from every corner of the darker music genres to include evil swing, punk, darkambient and ethereal music, as well as the usual gothic and industrial tunes.
In 2002, Deejay Diva was a house deejay and co-promoter for Dollhouse at the Black Cat’s Backstage. Dollhouse is a monthly deejay dance party run by a team of female deejays and promoters.
Between regular nightclub events, Deejay Diva has performed as a guest deejay in Washington DC at The Roxy, Bound, Black Cat, Tracks, Alchemy, Purgatorio, Midnight, Nevermore and Art-O-Matic. In a joint venture with deejay Red Steve, she deejayed and helped host the “Dark Desires” ball at the 1995 and 1996 DisClave events in Washington DC. She was also the house deejay for the Dark Harvest Festival in Philadelphia in 1995.