A few questions we are asked!
Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
—-> I apply my talents in a manner that require my own approval, meaning there is the “normal” standard to the expectations of a DJ/KJ or even a Photo Booth event…I raise the bar on myself…Its as if the Wedding I am there to perform for is my wedding!
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
—-> Do not hire someone that is “practicing” on your time during your cherished moments, we pride ourselves on #1 Exceeding the expectations of the client, and #2 If we feel that the event is not a match for our services, there is no shame in not signing the contract. One of the examples I give, is related to music; other service providers have contacted us to see if we have a certain style of music, well first off 3 days before the event is the wrong time to NEED this information, secondly why would you say you can provide that style if its not something you are familiar with?
What do you like most about your job?
—-> Set The Standard, Improve Each Day, and Have Some Fun
What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?
—->In this business it truly is not just download some music and show up at each show, Being an event professional requires a lot of prep, whether it is researching equipment capabilities or sampling music – your DJ must care about the success of your event.
Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
—->Weddings and Private parties. Followed closely by school functions and corporate events.
How soon do we have to reserve the date?
—->Weddings fill the calendars very quickly as most people are planning up to a year or more out! This is great for our industry, however no date is considered reserved until both Contract and Deposit are received by the company.
How did you decide to get in your line of work?
—->Music has always been a passion, making people smile is another…Joining the two in a way that I felt comfortable doing has been a blessing in my life.
Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field?
—->That is part of every day interaction with clients, globally with other service providers, the American Disc Jockey Association, even record labels. “Blacklisting” dates on our 2018-2020 calendars for specific seminars, training programs such as the Lighting Symposium and Atlantic City or Las Vegas DJ Shows.