Keep your guests

Celebrate in style with a DJ who knows how to read a crowd. I have done gigs ranging in size from 10 to 1,000 guests – every crowd is unique. While I enter every event with a plan, I am always asking, what will keep the guests happy, dancing, and entertained?

Know your DJ

No more guessing on who will arrive for your big day. Don’t gamble with big companies and hope to get lucky.

Momentum

I refuse to simply press play on a playlist. Clean transitions and mixes keep your guests happy.

Professional Hosting

Rest assured that the microphone use throughout the night will be articulate, clear, and natural.

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My Simple Philosophy

Who shows up on your big day shouldn’t be a surprise. They should know what they’re doing.

I have worked in the wedding industry for almost five years and feel like I have seen it all. From six-figure weddings to backyard DIY weddings, music is universal – your guests want to dance and a DJs job is to keep the evening flowing. This means make transitions clean, read the crowd, and meet people where they are at. Everyone has seen an awkward or pushy DJ, a DJ who takes the mic hostage all night, and one who rented speakers and just puts on a Spotify playlist.

You deserve better.

The DJ serves as the host of the evening, the timekeeper, and the party-starter. Trust someone who spends 6/7 days of the week on a microphone speaking to thousands of people every week. People will remember the music and the dance, make sure they remember it for all the right reasons.

Don’t just take my word for it