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With over two decades of industry experience, we understand the importance of having the most qualified crew for every job. Our highly vetted technicians are ranked on industry knowledge, professionalism, demeanor, and adherence to strict dress code and on-site procedures. Let our crews instill the confidence you and your event deserve – from load-in to load-out!

Event & Media Technologies boasts the largest full-time office team in the region.

We truly believe – and stand by – the “you get out what you put in” mentality.

We practice this mantra by investing in our technicians daily. Every crewmember is provided complimentary workers compensation insurance, custom Event Media Tech dress shirts and free access to our mobile staffing application. We are a “24/7, 365” customer service-driven machine.

STAFFING POSITIONS

General Audio Visual – (GAV)

  • General audio, video, lighting
    skills
  • Wrapping/taping cable
  • Set/strike, truss build
  • Unloading/loading Truck
  • Backbone of crew

Breakout Tech – (GAVOP)

  • Enhanced general audio,
    video, lighting skill set
  • Client Interaction
  • Analog audio console
    proficiency
  • Wireless Mic comfortability
  • Set and focus LCD projectors

Master Electrician – (ME)

  • Understanding of CAD
    drawings
  • Deploy proper power
    distribution for General Session
  • Understand strain relief
    methods of cabling.
  • Certified electrician

Audio Assist – (A2)

  • Analog console proficiency
  • Wireless RF management
  • Digital/Split snake
    comprehension
  • Recording
  • Mic’ing up presenters

Audio Lead – (A1)

  • General Session experience
  • End-client interaction skills
  • Digital console proficiency
  • Line array w/ delays
  • System design
  • Acoustic theory

Camera Operator – (CamOp)

  • General Session experience
  • Large-venue cameras (Sony
    HDC4300, JVC Broadcast)
  • Taking camera calls from TD
  • Color correction
  • Shading
  • Hand-held experience

Lighting Assist – (L2)

  • Understands DMX signal flow
  • Dimming systems proficiency
  • Addressing of lighting fixtures
  • Wireless DMX
  • Focus conventional stage wash

Video Lead – (V1)

  • General Session experience
  • End-client interaction skills
  • Projection (10K++ lumens,
    blending, converging, mapping)
  • Switching (Pulse I or II, Barco,
    Ascender, E2)
  • Graphics Op (PowerPoint
    heavy, imbedding videos,
    providing lower thirds)
  • Set Design

Scenic Lead – (S1)

  • Possess strong carpentry
    skills/experience
  • Understanding of layers,
    swags, and drape lines
  • Proficient with all power and
    hand tools
  • Building pillow walls, large
    screens (larger than 21’ wide)
  • Understanding of atmospheric
    effects like haze.

Video Assist – (V2)

  • Proficient in all signal flow
    types (SDI, HDSDI, Cat6, DVI)
  • Basic knowledge of setting
    switchers, projectors, and
    cameras.
  • Setting of recording hardware
    (AJA KiPros, etc)
  • Understanding of image
    resolutions/ratios.

Lighting Lead – (L1)

  • General Session experience
  • Programming scenes on
    intelligent lighting consoles
    (Hog, GrandMA, Jands, ETC)
  • Set Design w/ accurate
    electrical mathematics

Tech Director / Proj. Manager

  • Possesses skillset of A1, L1,
    and V1.
  • Ability to plan, set, and
    execute every element of the
    show.
  • Direct client liaison
  • Level 1 Technician

    These technicians display a complete mastery of their field. Their skills, foresight, and creativity go above and beyond the call of duty.

  • Level 2 Technicians

    These technicians are experienced and well trained in their field. They are confident in what they do know and aware of what they do not know. For this reason, level 2 techs are best utilized in situations where leadership is provided by a show lead or level 1 tech.

  • Level 3 Technicians

    These technicians are the foundation of a solid crew. They possess an understanding of event audio, video, and lighting technologies as well as a desire to learn and advance their skills. 

Our Technicians provide an expansive wealth of knowledge and expertise, including but not limited to the following:

Certification List 1

  • ACT lighting’s GrandMA2
  • Aerial Work Platform Operator Safety Training IATSE Local 22
  • Areal Work Platform Operator
  • AVIXA – Recognized AV Technologist
  • Barco Event Master Specialist
  • Barco Specialist – F70/F80/F90 series
  • Barco Specialist – HDX – Operation and Application
  • Barco Specialist – HDX/HDF/HDF LP/HDQ
  • Barco Specialist – UDX & HDX 4K-series
  • Biamp Tesira Forte
  • Brainbox Foundation – Video Fundamentals
  • Certifed Installer: Bronze Level
  • Certified SMAART Operator
  • CM-ET Chain Hoist Repair
  • CompTIA Security+
  • Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences Master Recording Program II
  • DANTE level I & II
  • DANTE Level I & II
  • Digital Sound Reinforcement
  • ETC Family Training at NYFC
  • ETCP Areana Rigging certification
  • ETCP theatrical
  • Extron Contril Professional
  • Final Cut Pro Ver. 7
  • Full Sail University Alumni
  • HES HOG4
  • IATSE Theater & Entertainment Technology Certification
  • IATSE TTF General Entertainment Safety

Certification List 2

  • IVES Lift Operator (Scissor and Boom)
  • JVC HM600 Field Camera and Accessories Fairfax Public Access
  • Level 1 Basic Audio/Visual
  • Lift Truck Operator Safety Training IATSE Local 22
  • LiveCore – Analog Way
  • OSHA 10 safety certification
  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Safety and Health
  • OSHA 30
  • Pandora’s Box 1st Grade
  • Pandora’s Box 2nd Grade
  • Pandora’s Box Basic Training
  • Pandora’s Widget 1st Grade
  • Pandora’s Widget 2nd Grade
  • Pro Tools
  • Production Assistant
  • SPRAT Level I Rope Access Technician
  • Spyder X20 Christie Digital Systems USA
  • Sure Micro Flex
  • Technicial Directing Fairfax Public Access
  • Vertige – Analog Way
  • Waves certification
  • Yamaha CL5
  • Yamaha M7CL Certified
  • Yamaha PM5D Certified
  • Yamaha QL5

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