Résumé & Noteworthy Shows

Résumé

Anthony Antonacci

aantonacci@charter.net

314.775.8693


Summary of Qualifications:      

Audio visual engineer with over 24 years experience specializing in live events.


Equipment Proficiencies:

Projectors: Barco, Eiki, Christie, Panasonic, NEC, Sharp, converging, blends and mapping

Video Switchers: Folsom/Barco, Analog Way Di-VentiX II & Accender, Extron and various scalers

Cameras: Analog & digital studio, various HD including robotic, CCU’s and RCP’s

Software: PowerPoint, Camtasia, Keynote, conversion software, Playback Pro, Switcher control, Avenue & Mappio

Webstreaming  and Polycomm video conference systems :

Signal Flow: Complex configurations utilizing fiber, 5 wire, SDI, HDMI, VGA & DVI over CAT-6


Professional Experience:

Swank Audio Visuals LLC/PSAV St. Louis, Missouri

Video Specialist / January 2009 to present

Set up, operate and maintain the latest video equipment in St. Louis and on the road.

Switching video, camera operation, video playback and record operation, graphics operation/editing/design, video walls and complex projection including converging, blends and mapping

Running general sessions, breakouts and speaker ready rooms

Directing video crews for large and small events

Video conferencing and streaming

Training technicians

Consulting and site visits

Customer service


IATSE Local 143 St. Louis, Missouri

Video Specialist, Executive Board Member, Vice President / July 2004 to present

Working for dozens of Audio Visual Companies doing live events in St. Louis and on the road.


Freelance Project Manager / April 2004 to December 2008

Working for Swank Audio Visual, AVMG and others.  Working national conventions and managing storerooms and local breakout crews. I managed conventions with up to 50 breakout rooms.


Swank Audio Visual St. Louis, Missouri

Director of Operations / July 1994 to October 2003

Ran the warehouse, booked labor and ran local outside services


Education: 

University of Missouri-Rolla , Rolla, Missouri

B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering December 1993

Noteworthy Shows

Washington University Continuing Medical Education – various venues – 2009 through 2018

8 events per year, medical presentations, frequent last-second updates and edits, graphic recording, audience response


CVC Travel & Tourism Week – various venues – 2013 through 2017

Annual event at a new location each year, including Worlds Fair Pavilion in Forest Park, Ballpark Village, Palladium, Anheuser-Busch Biergarten, and Union Station Midway. Multiple screens, scripted slides and video playback, two HD studio cameras, video recording


Tacony – Hyatt – 2014 through 2018

14 breakout rooms with sessions every 90 minutes for 4 days. Power for ~30 sewing machines in each room.


ARCH – Four Seasons – 2018 

4-day medical conference. Superwide screen with blended 20K projectors on truss towers. Ascender switcher. Fast-paced program with different backgrounds and PIPs for each presenter.


Kiewit – Kansas City Crown Sheraton – 2018 

5 screens and 8 projectors, including a 10x30 rear center screen with blended 20K projectors with wide angle lenses, 2 main screens with flown 10K projectors, 2 delay screens with flown 10K projectors, and 2 flown 6K projectors showing flashy graphics on the walls. 2 confidence monitors with different content, HD studio camera, 2 Kipro recorders, 2 graphic laptops, 2 video playback laptops, and speaker timer. Sole operator except for camera.


United Rentals – America’s Center Hall 4 – 2010 

4 20K projectors flown with 21’ flown screens set up in a square, scoreboard-style, in Convention Center Hall for HD broadcast of football playoff game


O’Reilly Auto Parts – America’s Center Ferrara Theater – 2014 thru 2016

Fast-paced awards programs. 3 screens & projectors, 2 switchers, 2 cameras, 2 confidence monitors, graphics, video playback, video recording


Nestle Digital Summit – Four Seasons – 2014 & 2015

3 screens & projectors, live webstreaming, video recording


Mathews Dickey – Chase – 2013 & 2014

2 screens, video mapping onto stage curtain


BJC iCare – various venues – 6 shows 2013-2016 

2 screens, video mapping on screen surrounds, video mapping on stage backdrop


Nelly’s Black & White Ball – Four Seasons – 2013 

40’ scrim behind stage, 14K projectors flown and blended, graphics, video playback, and image magnification in PIPs on live backgrounds, Diventix switcher


BAM Alliance – Ritz – 2011

2 screens with graphics and video, video mapping onto set pieces on stage


Coldwell Banker – Chase – 2013

Used five flown projectors to video map onto 100’ non-linear line of truss to create a scrolling marquee. Names were scrolled across the marquee above one screen, around and behind the stage, and back out above the other screen