P-Nut is known for his "funk-slap" style of playing the bass. He has mastered palm muting with his left hand and has really created a sound of his own by dragging his right hand across the strings while muting with his pinky. He also played violin before the bass guitar. P-Nut was quoted saying that John Norwood Fisher has influenced him into Warwick bass guitars.
He typically plays on Warwick 5 String bass guitars through an SWR Rig, including 2 custom Megoliath 8x10's with the 311 emblem. P-Nut now has his own Warwick Signature Bass, a customized Warwick Stage II Streamer.
When 311 took a short break after their 2006 Summer Unity Tour, P-Nut started playing with a band named Hollows Follow. He made his debut as a music producer and released the band's first full-length album First Birthday June 2007. Along with producing and playing bass guitar for Hollows Follow, P-Nut also contributes his masterful skills with the violin, upright bass, and various percussion instruments to help shape their sound.