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RECENT EXPERIENCE Assistant Crew Supervisor / Truss Spot Operator
44th Presidential Inauguration - Live ABC Broadcast Neighborhood Ball, Washington, DC January 2009
As member of IATSE local 22 crew, assisted the production team with implementation of the lighting rig,
including focus and troubleshooting and repair of the system. Provided supervision of other crew mem-
bers under direction of the production team. Operated a truss spot during all rehearsals and live event
production and broadcast. Assisted production staff in strike of all lighting equipment following the pro-
INSTILLATION PREP TECHNICIAN
PRG System Sales and Integration, N. Bergen, NJ 2008-Present
Responsible for inventory, preparation, system testing and packaging various lighting equipment to be
installed in various projects. Projects include, new WNYC TV Studio, Fordham University, and the NYC
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR / LIGHTING DESIGNER / SCENIC DESIGNER
Nolcha Fashion Week, New York City, NY September 2008
Served as the Technical Director, Scenic and Lighting designer for Nolcha Fashion’s, Fashion Week run-
way show at the Prince George Ballroom. Provided all production management, installation oversight,
crew supervision and client relations for this very successful event.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR / LIGHTING DESIGNER / AUDIO DESIGNER
Pratt University BFA Show, Fashion Show, and Graduation Spring 2008
Served as the Technical Director, Lighting and Audio designer for each of the three main Pratt University
shows. Provided production management, crew supervision, installation oversight, budget maintenance,
labor needs and production schedule for each show and venue. Responsible for the overall outcome of
each separate production as well as the overall outcome.
AUDIO DEPARTMENT HEAD / AI
Tuacahn Center for the Arts, Ivins, UT May - October 2007
Front of House sound engineer for 1920 seat outdoor amphitheater running 3 broadway style musicals in
a rep setting with 6 performances per week. Managed a sound department of 3 including installation and
maintenance of sound system and assistant sound design responsibilities. Worked closely with other de-
partments to ensure nightly performances.
SIGNATURE PROGRAM TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
James Hubert Blake High School, Silver Spring, MD September 2003 - August 2005
Provided instruction to teachers and students in proper setup, use and breakdown of various theatrical
equipment. Responsible for training all student designers and operators for the various school produc-
tions. Co-taught a music production and recording engineering class with the music department. Com-
pleted all major lighting, audio, and rigging designs for approximately 35 productions per year. Redes-
igned the music technology lab for increased functionality and cost savings.
EDUCATION STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO
Buffalo, NY — BA Theatrical Design and Production, 2001
Niagara University, NY — BS Criminal Justice, 1999
SKILLS Experienced entertainment electrician in all areas of lighting systems from power distribution, to conven-
tionals to moving lights. Experienced crew chief and department supervisor. Experienced audio engineer
with supervisory experience, and experience managing large scale sounds systems and wireless systems.
Experience entertainment rigger. Signiﬁcant experience at managing both union and non union crews of
varying skill levels. Experienced user of Vectorworks, Vectorworks Spotlight and Lightwrite. Valid US
passport willing to travel.
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