Résumé & Noteworthy Shows



Tom Greenwood




Summary of Qualifications:      

Audio visual engineer with over 20 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, 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 / January 2002 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  / December 1998 to present

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

Noteworthy Shows


American Film Festival/Market, Santa Monica

I was the lead video engineer for four years. I ran a 14 man crew setting and running audio visual for two hotels. At the Lowes we set up and serviced 78 exhibits set in sleeping rooms converted into offices and ran press conferences for 10 days. Next door at the Le Merigo I ran four screening rooms that premiered over 200 films.

Monsanto at the Chase Park Plaza St. Louis, Missouri

Constructed the largest Video wall PSAV has built locally.

Christmas party with Nelly and Naughty by Nature at Ameristar Casino for 3 years

Set up and operated the biggest Christmas party in town.

Ferguson Commission

Documenting the Ferguson Commission for 12 months.