He has performed as a bassist and featured work as an experimental music artist in numerous venues including The Public Theater, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, The Flea Theatre, INTAR Theater, BAMA Theatre, Historic Landsdowne Theater, WNYC Greenspace, The Stone, The TANK, Issue Project Room, Public Assembly, Littlefield, Monkey Town, Judson Church, The Robert Miller Gallery, National Art Gallery, Soho Gallery for Digital Art, Des Moines Art Center, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Newark Museum, Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media, The New York Hall of Science, Yippe Café Museum, Cornelia Street Café, Crash Mansion, Studio 54, CBGB’s, and Webster Hall as well as Princeton University, Rutgers University, Syracuse University, Bennington College, Penn State University, NYU Skirball, CUNY Graduate Center, St. Cloud University, Bates College, Bard College, University of Minnesota, Ionian University (Greece), American University of Rome (Rome) and more. Izzi has performed on the same bill with artist such as John Zorn, Fred Frith, Flux Quartet, Ethel, QQQ, ICE (International Composers Ensemble), Daedalus Quartet, Paul Lansky, Robert Rowe, Cort Lippe, Esther Lamneck, John Scofield, Vernon Reid, Craig "muMs" Grant, David Anzuelo, Corey Dargel, Cristian Amigo, Annie Gosfield, LAByrinth Theater Company and So Percussion.
Izzi has studied electronic multimedia composition and sound design with Morton Subotnick, Robert Rowe, R. Luke Dubois and electronics with Saul Walker. His research interest includes interactive multimedia music performance and composition, sensor networks, wireless interface design, multi modal haptic feedback, and music cognition. His recent interactive projects include, the Beatnik, which is an interactive glove controller used for editing, pitch shifting, warping, glitching drum loops in a real-time performance setting and the Bass Sleeve, which is a gesture based controller interface for multimedia performance awarded a Blue Ribbon at World Maker Faire NYC 2010, selected as Make Magazine Editors Choice. Izzi has earned degrees from the College of Staten Island majoring in both Electrical Engineering and Music. He is currently pursuing a Master’s in Music Technology at NYU and is planning to further his studies. Izzi is currently an artist in residence with the Electronic Music Foundation.