Raised in Akron, Ohio, Dion attended The Cleveland Institute of Art before moving to Chicago, where he graduated from The School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago.
While living in Chicago he spent many years as a DJ/VJ at the legendary Berlin Nightclub, where he was also responsible for creating several of the club's infamous  decor installations, including Greek Love, Logoland, TV Land, and House of Games.
After moving to Los Angeles he started working as an assistant editor at Greystone Communications, where he eventually worked as an editor, before moving on to Flight 33 Productions, where he was an editor on such programs as “Life After People” and “The Universe.”
He now works as a freelance artist, editor, and animator.