Daniel Jordan was referred to us by Tinc’s Nathan McKinney.  Thanks for your referral Nathan, we really appreciate it!

From audio mixing Musicals at the New York Musical Theater Festival, to running corporate functions at the Union Square Ballroom, Daniel has proven himself as a talented audio engineer and an unbelievably calm production professional that we love having on site with us.  

One of our favorite stories about Daniel came from his first official job with us.  On very short notice Daniel came in to mix an event at the Union Square Ballroom.  It was a High School Prom.  After the high-school DJ unplugged every wire going to or from the console, Daniel calmly assessed the situation, put the prom committee at ease, and went about fixing the system in time for doors.  

His calm nature and ability to work under tight time pressures only enhances his ability to mix complicated shows as he did during the New York Musical Theater Festival in 2011. Musicals and theatrical productions are his favorite types of gigs, we are lucky to have him on board again for the 2012 Festival.

Daniel moved to NYC four years ago to work on music events and musicals.  He found his love of ‘all things production’ during college in Virginia while working in a state of the art broadcasting facility.

When Daniel isn’t behind the console or planning and implementing events, he enjoys long distance biking, researching the architecture of buildings in the city, and photography (which he did professionally prior to moving to NYC).  

“Daniel is a pleasure to work with and I look forward to every event he is able to join us on” says Tinc’s Ryan Kirk.

On working with Tinc, Daniel appreciates the free flow of information from the leadership to the crew.  He considers customer service to be a passion, which is something that we highly value in a team member.  

When asked about his on-site habits, he says that he is much more of a thinker than a talker.  We find that his focus and quiet politeness shows a professionalism that our clients appreciate and that we rely on.

Daniel is available for freelance work, except this July, because we’ve already snatched him up to work for us.

Let us know if you’d like his contact info!