A/V Tech for AVT a Freeman Company, Universal Orlando, and Osceola Performing Arts Center. Freelance post and production audio. Knowledgable on digital and analog consoles, Pro Tools and Logic Pro DAWs, Analog Way and Barco video switches, basic dimmer lighting boards, and wireless DMX. A Full Sail graduate, Salutatorian of my class.
I have been in the industry since 2012.
Art House Orlando
Added on 12/16/2013
Art House Orlando was established in 2012 growing out of multiple dreams converging in a single time and place. Rolling back the clock twenty years, Vernon Rainwater (AHO Committee Member and True North Founder) was talking with Charlie Peacock and Andi Ashworth about their Art House concept in Nashville. More recently, others in Dallas and St. Paul were likewise inspired to develop Art Houses in their own communities with a unique, local flavor under Charlie and Andi’s leadership. Ray Scott (AHO Committee Chair) was drafting similar ideas for Central Florida and in 2011 the True North Foundation elevated the idea with practical inquires to the Art House America network. A number of local artists, professionals and business leaders in Central Florida began dreaming their own similar aspirations, embracing the idea of a creative hub for the benefit of the city. These began to meet one another. In February 2012 a handful of Orlando creatives arrived in St. Paul for the inaugural event at Art House North, a catalytic moment for accelerating the Orlando idea. During the Spring and Summer of 2012, an initial committee began to meet, pray and design a framework for how Art House Orlando might look. A date for the inaugural event was set for November 30, 2012. While AHO functions independent of the Art House America network, AHO is pleased to operate with the blessing and encouragement of Art House America and is born of the same DNA with a heart for inspiring a movement of creative communities that enable stories of recreation and advance the good of people and planet. Art House Orlando seeks the benefit of the city through creative community, collaborating with existing organizations and local artists to serve as a creative hub for connection, inspiration, encouragement, mentoring and restoration.