In 1992 he began to build on his lifetime interest in electronic sounds, resulting in the creation of Schema - a virtual band consisting of himself, in 1994. Schema's first release was Geosynclical Law Enforcement Satellite - a 40-minute cassette with 12 tracks. The title came from William Gibson's novel Virtual Light.
Geosynclical Law Enforcement Satellite was very well received, and reached Top 40 status on CKMS 100.3 FM (Waterloo) in 1995.
In 1999, a long-awaited second album was released on CD: Exorage. This was a full-length album (55 minutes, 16 tracks) which was again very well received, receiving significant exposure and radio play. A Schema site was created on mp3.com allowing for much greater exposure and networking.
2001 was a very eventful year:
* Geosynclical Law Enforcement Satellite was re-released on CD.
* Jeph Wacheski and Leif Bloomquist, calling themselves "Jamming Signal", performed live at the Amsterdam Lounge in Windsor for the Faceless Corporation Summit.
* Schema's first live performance happened at The 360 Club in Toronto, as part of Riot Art on August 25th.
In 2003, Schema Factor was included on the Varia Compliation which featured a number of select industrial and electronic acts from across Canada. The third album "Xenogothic" was released.
In 2008, an album "Redux" was released, featuring new and live material plus remixes by Zug Island, Strange as Angels and Inferiority Simplex.