Dominic grew up in the Mill Valley, CA, a town full of idealistic, ex-Rajneeshee types leftover from the San Franciscan Summer of 69'. After graduating from Arizona State University, Dominic worked with Live Nation as a music merchandising manager for Barbra Streisand on tour through the US and Canada. It's true; he was not allowed to look into Barbra's eyes EVER. After Tour de la Bab's, Dominic moved to Los Angeles where he used his 'education' to start a website called 5thYear.com with a friend Connor Pritchard. The site offered creative party solutions for social affairs. They developed the ten commandments for a well crafted party, while offering how-to guides for creatively themed events that readers could replicate. The site gained the attention of book publishers, and when Adams Media offered a deal, they took the first offer without negotiating. The 200 page guide was published and is called THE PARTY BIBLE: THE GOOD BOOK, FOR GREAT TIMES.
Dominic, along with Pritchard, then developed a web series for 5thYear.com, that dealt with the banality of entry level sales jobs for recent graduates of mediocre state colleges. Comedy Central offered a pilot deal, turning the web series called 5thYear into the TV series called Workaholics. The show finished it's seventh season in 2017.
In 2017, Dominic co-created a YouTube Original series with SMOSH (23M Subscribers, Over 7B Views) called Part-Timers. The series aired for twenty-two episodes and had over 50M views total.
Dominic has also sold series to Disney Channel, worked on pilots for CMT, and created and directed pilots for digital networks like New Form Digital.
Dominic is busy writing, selling and directing new content for TV, the web, and branded content.