In 2012, I worked with Brad and Jenna on their wedding.
Later in 2012, I worked with Mike and Jillian on their wedding.
In 2014, I worked with Barret and Tatiana on their wedding.
In 2016, I worked with Scott and Lyndsay on their wedding.
Why, in 2016, did Scott and Lyndsay hire me?
Continue reading “Perogies to Palm Trees”
“I’m just completely dumbfounded. 100%. I’ve never seen such a thing. And unfortunately he was positioned so that if I took a shot of the whole head table his head and book were in it. The father of the bride is telling a story of how the bride almost didn’t make it at birth…and this guy is reading his book. Bah, I guess there are only a certain kind of us that are invested.”
A friend of mine sent me that message earlier this year, along with the following photos for reference purposes. She could not comprehend the lack of consideration displayed by the DJ at this wedding.
Continue reading “What Are You Saying?”
What sound does your phone make when someone calls you?
Does your phone sound like everyone else’s phone? Or is it a clip from Family Guy, or maybe the sound of two lightsabers clashing against each other? Or, maybe, it’s just a standard ringer tone. Something normal. Something average.
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This is going to be a very different piece of writing then what you might be used to reading here. In fact, it will contain mostly questions and very few answers. This is a bit of a brain dump for me since recently learning about the tragic and unexpected passing of a DJ colleague.
Continue reading “When You’re Gone, Then What?”
I recently participated in a brainstorming session to discuss the social media strategy for the Canadian Professional Disc Jockey Association. The CPDJA’s presence on Twitter and Instagram has become very successful, but we were trying to find ways to set up long term plans to keep the content fresh, without overworking any of the volunteers that keep this association afloat.
Continue reading “Pro Photos for Pro DJs”