Mozart uses photography as a tool and works with the imagery using digital manipulation and digital painting techniques. 

Mozart graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 1992 completing a BFA in Fine Arts, with a concentration in Painting and Sculpture. He holds a minor in electronic music and the recording arts. After graduation, Moz worked in the music industry in New York City where he was a session player for national radio and television commercials, composing and scoring for industrial and commercial video, and he was a recording artist for Capital Records. Upon moving back to the Mississippi coast, Mozart finished graduate work in the Masters of Education program at William Carey College on the coast. He taught Biology and General Science using visual arts as a teaching medium for the Moss Point Alternative school in Mississippi. Later he was the coordinator of Arts Integration for the district, and developed hands on lesson plans for the core curriculum district wide.  Mozart served as Education Coordinator for the Pascagoula River Audubon Center, and later he was Director of Conservation Education and Digital Content for Audubon Mississippi. During this time with Audubon, he designed and implemented interactive displays and interpretation, curated and designed a nature based fine art gallery, illustrated educational material, and worked extensively in traditional painting mediums, photography, and digital painting.