I have been a DJ and MC for about 15 years.
There are a few things that you might want to know.
If you consider what are called the virtues in mankind, you will find their growth is assisted by education and cultivation. – Xenophon (434 BC – 355 BC)
Education and Training
Indiana University – Bachelor Degree – General Studies – August 2009
Todd Mitchem – Improv training for Master of Ceremonies – 2005
Marbecca Love Story Workshop – 2006
Mobile Beat Show and Conference: 2001 – Present
2007 – Spokesmodel – Mixmeister.com – DJ sequencing software.
Producer – DJA Roast of Peter Merry
Host, producer, writer – DJA Radio
2004 Member of the Year Award – DiscJockeyAmerica
Think Cycle member – 2005-present – Think Cycle is an invitation only think tank on DJ/MC related issues.
MBLV Flash mob – co-creator of the Mobile Beat Las Vegas Flash Mob – We have created a buzz in the industry the past couple of years.
Continuing Education and Training are the exception, not the rule for Mobile DJs.
Ten years ago, I was just like most DJ’s. I thought I was the greatest DJ ever. Once I started interacting with other entertainers I realized that I could improve, and improvement requires a considerable investment, personal and financial. My goal is to make every show an improvement over the last. Rehearsal, review and followup are all important to continued growth, and important to every event. It’s also important to make sure you are doing the right things for the right reasons.
I don’t think I qualify for ISO-9000 process improvement, but continuous improvement is essential to providing the value my clients deserve.