As a youngster growing up in New Jersey, Ulysses demonstrated a talent for illustration, writing and performing. Working with a group of friends that he met at a gathering of Star Trek enthusiasts, he collaborated on the production of a number of amateur films including Superman: The Spoof and The Empire Cracks Back. These films gained a degree of notoriety that led to a screening for executives of DC Comics at the 40th birthday of Superman, as well as a visit to the offices of Marvel Comics and an appearance on the BBC-TV documentary program, Arena. Ulysses also won awards as a comic and science fiction convention costumer.
Ulysses joined the Public Access Corporation of The District of Columbia (DCTV) in 2005. As a member of DCTV he has produced and marketed a variety of television programming including Fantastic Forum, a segmented program on comics, sci-fi, fantasy and their related multi-media which was the winner of a 2010 Accolade Competition Award of Merit, 2010 DCTV Viewer’s Choice Award for Best News and Public Affairs Program, as well as 2011 and 2012 MCM Monty Awards for Best Arts & Humanities Program.
Ulysses is an experienced program host and vocal talent who is a member of The Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). He is also a talented videographer and an event, portrait and landscape photographer. Ulysses currently resides in Washington, DC.