Jules has lived in North London for the majority of his life, now settling in the Highgate area with his wife Amanda and son Jake. Jules met Amanda around six years ago and they then married in March 1998; their son Jake arrived on the scene just over a year later in June 1999. Jules has continued his ascension to world domination into the 21st century and has a view to cover the globe with his djing and productions over the forthcoming years.
Jules leads a very pro-active life juggling the numerous facets to his career that has made him not only the man he is today, but also the emissary to the world dance music industry at home and abroad.
Jules began playing in 1987, since then he has played across the length and breadth of the United Kingdom and on almost every continent in the world. Jules is now at the peak of his profession, with his worldwide appeal ever increasing. He blends passion with technically brilliant sets that maintain his domestic and international demand.
Over the past five years, he has risen to meteoric success. In 1998 was voted No.3 in the 'Top 150 DJs in the World' in DJ Magazine, along with the No.1 position at the 'Mixmag Clublife / BBC2 Awards'.
In 1999, Jules was voted 'Best DJ' at the Muzik Awards and No.1. in the 'Mixmag Readers' Poll', at the Ministry Awards Jules won 'Best DJ' and 'Best Radio DJ' and at one of the final award ceremonies of the year, the 'Smirnoff Dance Awards" in Ireland, Jules won "Best International DJ". Judge Jules has in essence 'cleaned-up' in '99, collecting most of the major titles at all the music awards.
In 2000 Jules got the No.6 spot in the DJ Magazine 'Top 100 DJs in the World' and has added to this accolade by winning the 'Best Radio DJ' at the Smirnoff Dance Star Awards and 'Best International DJ' at the BBM Awards.
In 2001, Jules has been the 'Best Radio DJ' for the second year running at the Smirnoff Dance Star Awards. In September 2001, Jules won the 'Best Trance DJ' category at the 'Ibiza Pascha Awards 2001'. He also picked up the 'Best International DJ' at the BBM Awards at the end of the year.
The Club Work
Jules plays at all the top club nights in the UK:
Cream,Gods Kitchen, Miss Moneypennys, Progress, Passion, Temple Theatre (Dublin), Serious @ The Cross, Inside Out (Glasgow), Gatecrasher (Residency)
Jules is said to be the largest crowd-puller on the club circuit and has been titled 'The Peoples DJ' in the majority of the dance music press. Jules also plays regularly in Europe, the U.S., the Southern hemisphere (e.g. Brazil, Argentina, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore to name but a few), on the African continent (e.g. The Pyramids, Egypt) and also U.A.E.