These days clients are asking their hospitality planners and decorators to manage an entire event, including the AV. This class is designed to introduce non-technical people to the basics of producing a show, concert, presentation, etc. We will look at the various components of a live event and introduce terminology so “show-business” and technology can be more familiar for non-technical folk.
Beginning in 1984 and concentrating on sound reinforcement, Bill has mixed front of house and monitors for concerts, symphonies, festivals, and corporate events. He has a B.S. in Speech from Emerson College, with a minor in Technical Theater, and an MBA from Boston University. For the last fifteen years, Bill has worked as a rental and staging Account Executive in New York City selling A/V services and managing events on job sites. His major events include the 1996 Olympics, events for 3 US Presidents, and Boston’s July 4th concerts. Bill has had over five articles published in various industry journals.
11 March 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time