Seattle Wedding DJ service

Let's make this clear: I simply love weddings. It is such a priviledge to play an important role in the success of your wedding.

I love talking to couples about their musical tastes and overall goals for their event. I love how DJing combines a lot of the technical and a lot of artistry. I love trying to understand what is motivating a particular crowd on a particular night to dance and have the best time possible.

I love talking to couples about their musical tastes and overall goals for their event. I love how DJing combines a lot of the technical and a lot of artistry. I love trying to understand what is motivating a particular crowd on a particular night to dance and have the best time possible.

Many of an event’s most special moments can come on the dance floor – from the first dance at a wedding to all the spontaneous dances where there’s a long, twisting congo line. I love looking out on a full dance floor and trying to make that quick decision about what will keep the people there.

Over the years, as I attended weddings, I've noticed that a lot of couples reported that they love their photographer, the florist, the caterer, the officiant etc. However, I would often hear couples frustrated that the DJ only played the songs that he or she wanted, rather than what the couple wanted. You’ll never hear anyone say that about me. I’m committed to talking the time to listening to you and crafting an event around your goals and preferences.

I believe weddings and receptions are magical times and deserve to be treated as such. They reflect the uniqueness of the couple -- their life experience, their friends and the music that is special to them. Bringing all those things together only happens once. You should get to hear and dance to the music that is meaningful to you.

I spent 11 years in the corporate world, planning numerous large events, including one with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as a speaker, so I'm very familiar with the big-picture of an event. I’ll spend as much time as we need planning in advance so you get exactly what you want. Usually, this will involve a relaxed in-person meeting and subsequent communications by email and phone.

On your special day, it’s important for you to be able to let go of “wedding planning” and just enjoy yourself. So it’s important for your wedding vendors to be able to work together as a team. I love working with photographers, videographers, caterers, facilities managers – all of whom have their own roles and goals -- to make sure everything goes smoothly. In the midst of chaos, I have a very calm and easy-going, personality that makes me easy for you and every person working on your event to get along with. 

With Sandra Williams and Steve Palmer after their Rose Hill Community Center wedding. Photo courtesy of Creative Images Photography.

Going over the plan with Jillian and Shane Cline at Sodo Park by Herban Feast. Photo courtesy of Scott Eklund, Red Box Pictures.