Résumé & Noteworthy Shows



Pat Harris



Summary of Qualifications:      

Audio visual engineer with over 30 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, Keynote, conversion software, Playback Pro, Switcher control, Avenue & Mappio

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 / December 1993 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 / May 1988 to present

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


The University of Missouri at St. Louis

B.A. degree in Communications September 1988

Noteworthy Shows

Monsanto at the Chase Park Plaza St. Louis, Missouri

Constructed the largest Video wall PSAV has built locally. I was the video lead on this show operating 2 linked Ascenders making our first 4K show possible.

Ungerbock Technologies

7 years

Video Lead for software company switching multiple outputs on 5 or more screens

Cardinals Winter Warm-Up

12 years

Blending, switching, calling camera, recording, graphics and playback

Mathews Dickey Fasion Show 7 years

Lead video for this charity fasion show including a blend and mapping