How did you get into the DJ business?
I got into DJ’ing because my love of music and being the need to always be in control of what’s being played knowing my instincts were better then most at helping people have a good time. One of Stuart’s former employees helped me find my way to Pinnacle.
What is your favorite memory with Pinnacle?
My best memory in the 11 months I’ve been here was a wedding on the Cotton Dock that the tide came in unexpectedly and it didn’t sour the party, they took their shoes off, rolled up dresses and pants and danced in the water, they had a blast!
What is the biggest challenge you have had to face with being a DJ?
The biggest challenge is adapting during the must play portion after dinner to what each group or couple likes. It is never the same and you can’t rely on the playlist from the wedding before.
What do you like to do with your time outside of Pinnacle?
I love spending time with my seven-year-old and five-year-old nephews in Mount Pleasant, playing guitar which I’ve been practicing for a decade now. WW II history is my favorite type of book and I am very interested in traveling all over Europe.
I have also within the last year and a half became a wine drinker. I have thoroughly enjoyed experiencing and learning the process of making and tasting wines from all over the world with my family and friends.