AV Production Specialist
What's with the Bread?
I am an adventurer at heart, no matter how big or small. Having the opportunity to make new memories and try new things is what life is all about. While I can't count the number of hobbies I've started and never finished, I always come back to bread making. It's an amazingly complex and tasty hobby that always results in something different.
Tyler lives in the intersection between communication and technology. After half a decade working in live events and media production, Tyler knows what it takes to engage, excite and inspire attendees. He began his audio-visual career as a camera operator and video editing instructor. His work on adverts and documentary pieces fostered a love for creativity and experimentation. Eager to push the boundaries of his skill set, he moved onto a role as Lead AV Specialist at PSAV where he garnered a passion for event planning. Here, he learned to work closely with clients, turning their vision into reality. At the end of the day, flashing lights and catchy music are great, but what really matters is how well you connect with your audience that truly gets your message across. Tyler does exactly that, helping countless eventPower clients connect with their audience through virtual, hybrid and in-person events. Tyler holds a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications from Ball State University.
Would you rather vacation on the beach or in the mountains?
Mountains! Sure, laying out on the beach is fun, but sand is coarse and it gets everywhere. It just doesn't compare to the grandiose sights you get from being up there in the clouds.
What was your favorite vacation?
My favorite vacation was a long road trip to Colorado. There's something truly magical about life along the Rocky Mountains. Being absolutely engulfed in nature is something I'll never forget. I highly recommend the botanical gardens and garden of the gods.
What is your favorite thing to do in Las Vegas?
Having spent a few summers living in Nevada, I can say without hesitation that Fremont Street tops the main strip. Fremont has all the lights and wow-factor you expect from Vegas, without all the crowds and touristy pandering.
What sports team do you root for?
I am a huge fan of the Indianapolis Colts. Born and raised in Indianapolis during the Manning era, it was amazing to experience going from a true underdog team to one of the best in the league.