Entertainment Technician – Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, Florida

Currently I am a statuses technician at Disney’s Animal Kingdom supporting their daily operation shows within park. I also have the opportunity to support technically many of the wonderful and unique events that are held across Walt Disney World property.

Mixing the BYU Dance Department’s “World of Dance” the the DeJong Concert Hall, September 2021.

Past Work

WDW Entertainment Technician Professional Internship– I was able to take part in the Fall 2022 Entertainment Technician Professional Internship program at the Walt Disney World Resort. Over the course of four months I was able to experience a variety of different entertainment offerings across the four theme parks, Disney Springs, and resort hotels. I was trained in several positions, as well as taking part in numerous special events, including after hours parties, conventions, and a marathon.

CFAC Productions Audio Crew– Formerly a part of BYUArts Production, this crew supports events put on within Brigham Young University’s (BYU) College of Fine Arts and Communications (CFAC). This crew provides audio reinforcement for productions produced by the BYU School of Music, Department of Dance, and Department of Theater and Media Arts (TMA) between the five performance venues in the Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC) and the Dance Performance Theater in the Stephen L. Richards Building (RB), as well as the occasional event in the Museum of Art (MOA). Each of the six venues differs in size and contains a different mixing console. The DeJong Concert Hall seats roughly 1200 and contains a Yamaha Rivage console. The Pardoe Theater holds 500 and a DiGiCo SD10T. The Madsen Recital Hall holds 400 with a Allen & Heath dLive S5000. The Nelke Experimental Theater holds roughly 300 and contains an analog sound board, though on occasions a DiGiCo SD11 or Yamaha QL1 may be brought into to the theater to mix on. The Margettes Arena Theater is a black box theater that generally holds roughly 130 with the board designated to the space being a DiGiCo S21. The Dance Performance Theater offers a capacity of roughly 350 and a Yamaha QL5 as a mixing console. The crew also has a floating Avid Profile for monitor mixing or if there is a need elsewhere in the HFAC.