One of the many things that I love about event management is the initial visit to a new venue. Its like a blank slate and you have to insert not just your specs, but your creativity.
What a busy time it is for Show Ready Events! Recently I had the pleasure of working with the team at ARMI to produce a simulcast from Washington DC to Tel Aviv. Kerrell and I handled all aspects of house management and overall logistics, while Jacob Komar from JK Productions and his team nailed the broadcast needs.
For as quickly as the pandemic shut events down, they seem to be coming back to life with the same vengeance (high fives all around!).
It’s been a while since I have posted. In fact, the last time I posted, Russia was still in its boundaries, America had a different president, and Pandemics were relatively abstract. Things have definitely changed in the world.
It has taken me a bit to collect my thoughts on the recent passing of Woodie Flowers. When I originally set about to write about him, I was only emotionally charged. How can you not be if you were in his orbit?! Now, with some time passed, I have processed a bit to think of some of the most lasting memories, and more importantly, things I learned from him.
I had an opportunity to work an event as an independent contractor a few years back. The job was being an event assistant, which I was way over qualified for but I thought it might lead to other opportunities with this company