Brandon Augustin

Production Hand

The most inspiring part of my job is witnessing the moment when our clients can finally relax and enjoy their events, knowing that everything is running smoothly. Seeing their stress melt away and their smiles light up the room is truly rewarding. It motivates me to continually strive for excellence in delivering flawless experiences.

When I’m not working, there are a few things that bring me immense happiness. One of my favorite activities is riding my bike on the beautiful Razorback Greenway. There’s something liberating about pedaling through scenic trails, soaking in the fresh air, and feeling the wind against my face.

I also love engaging in tabletop games with my brother. Whether it’s strategic board games, immersive role-playing adventures, or thrilling card games, the joy of shared moments and friendly competition is unbeatable. Additionally, I find great joy in playing online games with my friends. It’s a fantastic way to unwind, connect, and immerse myself in exciting virtual worlds.

A typical day for me involves various tasks that contribute to the seamless execution of our events. From organizing and maintaining our gear in the warehouse to carefully packing it onto trucks for transport to different venues, every step is essential. Once we arrive at the show, it’s time to roll up our sleeves and set up the gear, ensuring that everything is in place for a remarkable event. And when it’s all over, we diligently tear down and pack up, leaving no trace but a lasting impression.

Now, let me share a valuable piece of advice that has stuck with me: “Look at people for who they are, not what they are.” This wise guidance reminds me to focus on the intrinsic qualities and character of individuals, rather than making judgments based on external factors. It’s a powerful reminder to embrace empathy, understanding, and respect in all my interactions.