About Disc Jockey Style
About DJ Style
Some of the questions that are answered on this page are:
- How do you describe your style?
Being a great wedding DJ requires many of different skills. We must be able to communicate effectively over the microphone, operate and troubleshoot sound equipment, keep track of VIPs, quickly make the right decisions when problems arise and perform a host of other small services in order to make sure everyone, especially the bride and groom, have a good time.
I began developed my skills in 2000 by working as an assistant to a well-established DJ who taught me how to run equipment and interact with a crowd. I also worked as a party dancer for another valley-based DJ company before starting my own. I still constantly work on my performance by taking advantage of performance associations like the Arizona Chapter of the American Disc Jockey Association, intensive DJ training workshops, DJ conventions and sharing ideas with other Disc Jockeys.
My focus is on making sure the bride and groom have a relaxed and fun wedding. I do this by keeping them informed of what is going on and what is coming up. I always stay calm and I am always working towards making your reception a successful one. The key to this is planning and preparation. That means that I maintain communication before your wedding, set up early to make sure everything starts on time, work throughout the event so that I can be around to help if something goes wrong, and know what to do if something goes wrong.