` team

Event professionals are a rare breed. Even more rare is finding ones as passionate as our team. It takes more than knowing how to mix sound, run cameras, and set up lights to make it on the avad3 team. It takes relentless determination, a dedication to quality, and a willingness to make our clients their number one priority.
Servants first, tech professionals second.  

Cameron Magee | Owner

Cameron Magee | Owner

Caitlyn Hutchison | Finance Director

Caitlyn Hutchison | Finance Director

Brett Spears | Production Hand

Brett Spears | Production Hand

Brandon Swoboda| General Manager

Brandon Swoboda| General Manager

Michael Curtis | Production Tech

Michael Curtis | Production Tech

Thomas Meadours | Account Exec.

Thomas Meadours | Account Exec.

Shane Knaust | Production Manager

Shane Knaust | Production Manager

Chetley Breedlove | Production Tech

Chetley Breedlove | Production Tech

Caleb Olson | Fall Intern

Caleb Olson | Fall Intern

  Joe Macek | Driver/Shop Asst.

 

Joe Macek | Driver/Shop Asst.

Nathan Smith | Production Hand

Nathan Smith | Production Hand

Karen Feagin | Logistics Manager

Karen Feagin | Logistics Manager

 

who we are



TEAM OPENINGS.

We post all of our job openings on Workable.  Check it out!  

 

INTERNSHIPS.

We are passionate about teaching. We believe in the next generation of production professionals, and we are happy to teach anyone who will listen. If you’re interested in learning production, don’t disqualify yourself by your age. Whether you’re 12 or 62, there’s no denying a passion in your heart for production, and we’re confident there isn’t another place on earth as healthy to learn in as right here in NWA under our wing. If you light up at the sound of that, send us an email from the get in touch page, and let’s talk.  

FREELANCERS.

Working for avad3 doesn’t always have to mean waiting until we have a spot on the team. If you’re a talented production professional, we want to meet. In busy seasons we’re always needing a few extra folks to staff our event crews. First, let’s meet and get to know each other.  

STAGE HANDS.

Every event we do takes a lot of hands to get set up and torn down. If you’re a hard worker with a servant's heart, you don’t have to be a skilled production pro to come on a show. We gladly pay for folks to come alongside our team and spend 4-6 hours with us at setup and teardown of events.


 

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