Wishing you all prosperity in the New Year!

EventMediaTech’s hat must be tipped.  The entirety of our staff, technicians, vendors and family made 2017 an incredible year of growth and prosperity. As we all face the start of our own resolutions, Eventmediatech will set new challenges and hold itself to ever higher standards. Upon some internal reflection, we have come up with a few to get us started!

  • We will do our part to make sure the DMV always remains a successful market for the AudioVisual Industry via our business integrity and industry training.
  • We will listen, harder than ever, to our technicians and clients to find inspiration for improvements.
  • We will train and promote from within, establishing career relationships with our Technicians.
  • We will look out and care for each other, with an understanding that it is our duty to protect and support our Technicians.
  • We will cut back on beer and carbs! (At least until Friday)

We also quickly wanted to say thanks to everyone that made it out for this year’s holiday party!  (9’X16′) Super Nintendo Mario Tennis was equal parts epic and damaging to our vision.

Also I am not against shamelessly plugging pictures of my cute kid for likes. That is all, thanks everyone!

 

 

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Providing Technical Direction for the 2017 National Spelling Bee!

We’re Live! Be sure to log onto www.ESPN.com to catch the live coverage of the 2017 National Spelling Bee – hosted at the Gaylord National Harbor! Take a look at our Technical Director, JP Melville, calling the shots on the big screen!

We are honored to be part of such an enriching event for our Nation’s youth.

 

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A Shining Light on Our Recent Project

Light Project

A Night in Venice

This weekend Event & Media Technologies had the pleasure of working with NYX Entertainment. We were tasked with providing a lighting solution for “A Night in Venice”. With a huge backdrop of the canal, the creative and technical teams transformed a gymnasium into a genuine European dreamscape. To create ambient light, we used LED par lights facing down which simulated street lamps. As a secondary source for ambient light, string lights were hung between the street lamp uprights. To finalize the look, stars were shined onto the ceiling via standard ellipsoidal lights. All in all, we were honored to be chosen for the project, and pleased with the results.

 

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TAP Is Back

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Technicians Take Note!

Our TAP (Tech Advancement Program) sessions are in full swing! All of our techs are invited to visit our warehouse, improve their skills, and become more familiar with our team. Audio last week, lighting this week, and video next week!

Check in to find out more information!

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