From Louisville, Kentucky Frogg Corpse is a vocalist, writer Poet, and published author. In 1999 At age 12 Frogg was the youngest poet within the International Society of Poets. In his teens Frogg became a vocalist in a high school metal band Sonicide. He perfected his craft and was in a blackned death metal band Machine Gun Skull Fuck with members of Sonicide. Reforming its incarnation in 2008 as the band Death By Music. Frogg began haunt acting in 2006 in various Kentucky haunts until 2011 when he worked at Waverly Hills Sanatorium. In 2012 Frogg Auditioned for American Idol while working there, and published a memoir titled;
"The Mourning Hour." With Steve-O from MTV's Jackass and comedian Jim Jefferies owning copies. In 2013 Frogg resided in Las Vegas where he worked briefly for Eli Roth's Goratorium on the strip until its closing, auditioned twice for NBCs The Voice, and worked as a background actor for Magician Criss Angel while he got his first acting role in a title called Las Vegas Story featuring actor Eric Roberts. While in Sin City, musician Rob Zombie offered Frogg Corpse a position for Rob's haunt attraction: Rob Zombie's
Great American Nightmare. But had to decline due to going back home to Louisville to care giver for his relatives until their passing in 2018. From 2013-2016 Frogg Corpse worked alongside outlaw poet Ron Whitehead and the Storm Generation Band at Louisville's Gonzofest. A celebration that honored the works of Louisville writer and journalist: Hunter S. Thompson, whom Whitehead was a personal friend until his death who introduced Frogg to Hunters son Juan Thompson who watched Frogg perform Spoken Word. In 2017 Frogg worked with photographer and poet Jinn Bug who photographed Frogg for the Cover of a Louisville magazine LEO weekly. Currently Frogg Corpse is working on writing depressive dark poetry for a future book that he hopes will resonate with readers.