Smith began working for a broadcasting company in New York and became an on-air commercial copywriter. He and his brother produced and recorded Hip Hop formatted commercials for which they received national attention. After leaving the company in 2004, he fully dedicated himself to the pursuit of his career as a visual artist. Since then, Smith has exhibited widely at museums and galleries in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. His Bundle House series which he began in 2005 gained attention from notable curators and in 2008 he was included in two exhibitions curated by Rocio Aranda-Alvarado (now at El Museo Del Barrio NY, NY) at the Jersey City Museum where he debuted a work titled Bundle House Worldwide: Soon Come. This ambitious work of art established him as an emerging artist to watch. Most recently, Smith has been investigating the psychological, cultural and social implications of colonialism in Africa and the West Indies using an inter-disciplinary approach working in mixed mediasculpture/assemblages, performance and video art. Methods of free association, repetition, spontaneity, and improvisation governs the production of his work. He has been a visiting artist and guest panelist at Studio Museum Harlem, Pratt Institute, University of Boston-Amherst and Seton Hall University. Smith lives and works in Jersey City, NJ.