I am passionate about live performance.
I am an audio video professional with more than 10 years of experience in nearly all aspects of live production. I currently work at the Moss Arts Center as the Senior Production Technician and am involved with the setup and operation of nearly all performances at the MAC.
Live And Breathing is a production company a colleague and I started in 2010. We travel the country recording live performances in intimate locations and have worked with hundreds of artists. Our YouTube channel has gained more than 24 million views and 31,000 followers and our work has been featured on NPR and HBO's Big Little Lies.
Our LC King Centennial Sessions were filmed at the Pointer Factory in Bristol, TN (right) during the Rhythm And Roots Festival. The video on the left was featured on NPR and HBO.
Our sessions from Pickathon in Portland, OR were filmed in a 10'x10' cinder block shack called the Pump House (top, right). The video on the left from the band Lake Street Dive has more than 2.2 million views.
This session with Dave Rawling Machine (left) features Gillian Welsh, Willie Watson, Paul Cowart and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin on mandolin.
It was a thrill working with a personal hero and living legend.
I was part of the team from Virginia Tech and ICAT that went to Washington DC for the ACCelerate Festival in October of 2017. I was the technical liason for the group and aided in the setup of both the Dense Space exhibit and projection mapping project.
I am currently the Senior Production Technician at the Moss Arts Center and am heavily involved in the production of most events.
I have recorded live performances, both audio and video, for many artist including The Avett Brothers, Shakey Graves, American Aquarium and Doyle Lawson.
A last minute camera adjustment before the Avett Brothers at Red Rocks.
The Living Christmas Tree in Knoxville, TN is massive production and truly a holiday spectacle.
Corporate production is more than just death by Power Point. I had the opportunity to work with several Fortune 50 companies that used cutting edge technology in their meetings.