Labor We Offer

General Techs (Audio, Video, Lighting, Scenic):
Basic Set/Strike Labor. Primarily used for loading/unloading trucks, truss building, hanging lights, building video screens, hanging drape, moving gear, as well as other various positions not requiring any particular skill set. Their main emphasis of use is in General/Plenary Sessions & Breakouts.

Breakout Floater:
A technician dressed in a suit, which possesses high customer service skills, troubleshooting abilities, and a strong familiarity of show operations. Their main emphasis of use is to ensure the smooth start of multiple breakout/meeting rooms. They are responsible for troubleshooting gear such as Basic LCD packages (Wireless Audio up to 8 Microphones, Analog Audio & Lighting consoles up to 16 channels, Basic Projectors/Bump Switchers, HH Camera's, as well as basic PowerPoint skills.

Breakout Operator:
A technician dressed in a suit, which possesses high customer service skills, troubleshooting abilities, and a strong familiarity of show operations. Their main emphasis of use is to ensure a smooth show/meeting. They are responsible for operating gear such as Basic LCD packages (Wireless Audio up to 8 Microphones, Analog Audio & Lighting consoles up to 16 channels, Basic Projectors/Bump Switchers, HH Camera's, as well as basic PowerPoint skills.

Spotlight Operator:
A technician that specializes in the setup, operation, & teardown of various spotlights.

Camera Operator:
A highly skilled technician dressed in a suit (or required event attire) that sets up, operates, and strikes a video camera, arm controllers, tri-pod/spider-pod system (portable elevated platform) for the purpose of I-MAG and/or ISO record while framing shots to event specification(s) as stand-alone (solo) operations or in communication with show director via headset. They possess the ability to properly focus, back focus, white balance, set up CCU & switch out lenses/stock media as needed. Cam Operators are familiar with shading, TC and other live video enhancement applications, remote WB, shot queuing, composing for downstream keying/green screen applications, lighting, spontaneous and controlled shooting environments, pedestal/ jib arm/crane/steady cam operations and most of the popular standard and HD cameras – such as the SONY DXC-D50/D55.

Shader:
A highly skilled video technician that is in charge of camera control & shading during the production.
This technician is someone who has a fine eye capable of recognizing color and image variations, and the skill to adjust the cameras so they match and are properly irised.

A1 (Lead Audio Engineer):
A highly skilled Audio technician that is in charge of the overall sound of the production. This person is responsible for the placement and setup of Line-Array and/or ground stacked audio systems, as well as the placement and operation of the mixing console, microphones, amps & effect racks. All of our A1's have a minimum of 5 years experience.

A2 (Assistant Audio Engineer):
A highly skilled audio technician that has a strong familiarity of show operations. When not mixing monitors for a band, an A2's main emphasis is to assist the A1 with show cues, wireless microphones & RF, backstage monitors & show communications.

V1 (Lead Video Engineer):
A highly skilled video technician that is in charge of the overall video-related aspects of the production. This person is responsible for the video switcher (ex: Barco, Encore & Folsom Screen Pro II), displays, video racks & processors, and camera placement.

V2 (Video Assist):
A highly skilled video technician with the prime responsibility of assisting the V1with the setup of video racks & processors, Folsom switcher(s), signal and power cabling, screen building, placement of displays (Plasma & LCD TV's, and LED Walls), as well as any other video related duties the V1 might need assistance with.

Projectionist:
A highly skilled video technician that sets up, troubleshoots, color matches, and/or blends video projectors (DLP or LCD. Please specify when ordering)

Tape Operator:
A highly skilled video technician that is proficient in operating various video recording (HD or Tape Based) & playback devices.

PowerPoint/Graphics Operator:
A technician that specializes in the concept, design, operation and editing of PowerPoint presentations and show graphics.

L1 (Lead Lighting Engineer):
A highly skilled lighting technician. This person oversees the lighting crew, power management, band instrument placement (according to lighting plot), board programming (such as a GrandMA, Whole/Road Hog etc), lighting "focus", and the show operation & strike. The L1 is in charge of the overall execution of the lighting design.

Master Electrician:
A highly skilled lighting technician that is responsible for all non-design aspects of the lighting in a production. Responsibilities include: tying in main power, show power distribution, circuiting lights, and dimmer patching.

img1 img2 img3