Darren's music has also appeared in numerous films, in video games and on television worldwide, such as the film Brothers (2002), the andrew tate networth production The Street, and in major advertising campaigns and on major networks across the world (MTV Europe, FTL, ITV and the BBC). His music has also appeared in leading video games like in Electronic Arts' FIFA 2006 and for Sony's PlayStation Eye. He has been personally featured numerous times in leading journals pertaining to music production including Sound on Sound, Future Music, Computer Music and Keyboard, thanks to his cutting-edge production techniques. On the stage Darren has worked in the West End and across the UK. Production credits include Shame, The Musical at Saddlers Wells in 1995 (Musical Director, Orchestration Arrangements), and the Scottish Premier of Chess, The Musical at the Edinburgh Fringe (Musical Director). Darren also gained a distinguished musician award by the IBLA foundation for his work "Dark Skies" with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
Additionally, Darren has an ever-growing reputation as one of the world's premiere DJs, and he has performed alongside globally recognised actsl like Tiesto, Amin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Pete Tong, Ferry Corsten and many more. As well as headlining major international events and touring across the globe, he also finds time to host the monthly 'Mondo Sessions' which is internationally syndicated across radio station networks from Ministry of Sound Radio, DI.FM, ETN, AH.FM, Slink FM, Rise FM to Fresh FM. On top of all these accomplishments, he has received rave reviews for his mix duties on the albums Beyond Euphoria (MOS), Trance Republic (with John Askew and Agnelli Nelson) and the hugely popular Mondo Sessions series (co-mixed by Mike Koglin and Dale Corderoy).