Resume

and

EXPERIENCE

THE RESUME

THE RESUME

THE STUDIES

EXTRAS

These are the things that don't necessarily belong or couldn't fit on a resume, but have taught me valuable lessons like: take chances talking to people, put yourself out there, do things you don't think could work out, and attitude is important. Oh... and the most important: There's a high chance you're going to make mistakes. I know.

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AUGUST 2018/2019

SOCAL HARVEST 2018/2019

ANGEL STADIUM

2018/2019

- Loaded in and loaded out equipment

- Patched backline

- Ran cables

- ​Cleared stage between bands

- Tore down stages

- Wrapped cables

2019

For 2019's SoCal Harvest, there was a youth tailgate in the parking lot.

I was A2.

- Helped position speakers

- Loaded out equipment

- FOH while A1 was away

Stagehand/A2

POSITION:

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JULY 12, 2019

PASSION BAND

ANAHEIM GROVE

- Loaded in and loaded out equipment

- Set up stage according to stage plot

- Tore down stage set up

- Wrapped cables

This was an interesting day. I wasn't as involved as I thought I was going to be, but I managed to make some better understanding how different types of venues handle events. I was able to examine how different types of people work together, and I managed to better know some people. Because of this day, I can't wait to see what working with different types of personalities can teach me.

Stagehand

POSITION:

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SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

AND

JUNE 21, 2019

Networking opportunities i couldn't turn down

Riverside, CA & Victoria Gardens in Rancho cucamonga, CA

September 13, 2018

I happened to run into a news truck, and though I second-thought myself being able to effectively network, I did! I managed to talk to the crew and the news anchor, both of who were so nice and open to asking me questions. In the end of the 30 minute-45 minute conversation I had with them, they let me connect the audio, since I told them I aspire to do live sound. I got a photo-op, also which was something I will never forget!

June 21, 2019

I was driving home from doing errands when I heard on KFRG that they were going to be at Victoria Gardens for their summer concerts they held on Fridays. I was a little hesitant to try to go, but I was told earlier in that week that I needed to network anyway I could, and to experience different types of venues, so I ended up catching the last 20 minutes of the show when I built up the courage to head down to the sound crew. I asked if I could ask some questions, then I ended up helping tear down the equipment and talking for about 45 minutes. It was great!

All this to say that even if I'm scared, I'll try to work up the courage to take that risk. It worked, and has been! Praise God!

Stagehand

POSITION:

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