Christopher Allen

                                            Christopher Allen

CHRISTOPHER ALLEN (Producer) has produced 100's of events, multimedia productions, theatrical shows, and video productions around the world. Clients include E&J Gallo, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Sagent Pharmaceuticals, Compaq, Four Seasons, Holland America, Dell, Symantec, Yahoo!, Hi Tec Sports, Reebok, K-Swiss, Jansport, Nortel, and Skechers USA to name a few. In addition to his vast experience in the live event production world, Christopher has produced over 75 national and international commercials as well as documentaries for Justin Timberlake ("Making of Sexy Back"), Grammy award winning artist Pink ("Released"), and band 3 Days Grace ("Behind the Pain").  He was co-producer of the Broadway production of Burn The Floor and is developing the first-time Broadway revival of Paint Your Wagon.  He is also developing One Love with Franco Dragone, based on Harold Arlen's music library, and currently in production for the Broadway bound Citizen Ruth, a new musical based on the Miramax film written by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor. In Las Vegas, Christopher produced  Beehive at the Luxor Hotel, Tap Dogs at the Stratosphere and Opus at the Venetian featuring Michael Bublé.


                                              Barbara Bermudez

                                            Barbara Bermudez

Barbara Bermudez has successfully produced events for some of the world's largest corporations, including Nike, Singapore Airlines, MGM Resorts International, E. & J. Gallo Winery, Lamborghini and The Home Depot.  For The Intel Corporation, she has  produced a variety of events including the CEO Summit in Beijing, the Annual Stockholders Meetings within the US, as well as the South American Tours in Argentina & Brazil.  Adding to her international expertise was the launch of British Airways into Las Vegas, where she coordinated productions in London and Las Vegas. She has also produced countless press events and executive meetings for the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, promoting the city.  This along with her work for other clients has led to her working directly with many top name entertainers such as George Clooney, Martha Stewart, Robert Redford, Beyoncé, and The Black Eyed Peas and high profile business and political leaders such as Janet Napolitano, Ted Turner and President Felipe Calerdon.


                                              Angie Sperazza

                                            Angie Sperazza

Angie Sperrazza [Associate Producer] is a sought after Production Coordinator and Associate Producer whose eclectic skill set has served major companies such as Kia Motors, Google, E&J Gallo Winery, Skechers, Red Bull, Samsung, KB Home, The Home Depot, Skype, Kroger, Blue Man Group, Cheil Worldwide and multiple Las Vegas families of properties. Prior to her event production career, Angie was the Operations Manager responsible for several post-production assignments including national commercials, podcasts, and webisodes for Vegas.com. She has also coordinated around the world shoots spanning 5 continents for various corporate pieces and international documentaries. Taking from her background in software as well as her experience in import/export management, she has sourced the seemingly impossible for numerous projects. Angie is multilingual and is a former Stanford educated medical lab tech.


                                              Peter Emminger

                                            Peter Emminger

Peter Emminger, owner of Yellow Light Live, is one of the most highly respected Technical Directors in the U.S.  From music events, to broadcast events, IT-intensive projects and special events, Peter has worked with major companies and clients such as Disney, Nike,  Volkswagon, MTV Networks, FedEx, and Nickelodeon to name a few.  Peter has been involved with a number of unique, high profile special events, from the launch of the Las Vegas Monorail, naming ceremonies for the last 4 Celebrity Solstice class cruise ships, to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.  He graduated from NYU in 2001.


                                              Raj Kapoor

                                            Raj Kapoor

Raj Kapoor is a director, a producer, a dancer and a visionary - a creative talent whose imaginative work has been seen on stages around the world. Raj returns to produce  multiple segments on this years 57th Grammy Awards and recently was director/creator for Shania Twains production show at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.  He has directed multiple tours for major pop artists including Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts,  and Jason Aldean. He has produced artist and visual segments for major television shows such as NBCs The Voice , The Prime Time Emmy Awards, The American Music Awards, and The American Country Music Awards.  In addition, Raj directed multiple live tours of American Idol, Dancing With The Stars, and So You Think You Can Dance and was a creative consultant for Foxs  The X Factor. His corporate client list includes Disney, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Skechers, Sony and Celebrity Cruises to name a few.


                                              Greg Atkins

                                            Greg Atkins

Greg Atkins has had a varied and successful career in almost every facet of the entertainment industry. He has written and/or directed productions and special events for The Walt Disney Company (including national and international tours), SeaWorld, Universal Theme Parks, InMotion Entertainment, SenovvA and other major entertainment companies.  Greg was a creative consultant on the hit ABC primetime show, Whose Line is it Anyway? and co-wrote/directed the television pilot, The Everyday Adventures of Hannah Handleman (Super Genius). He is a director and performer in his company, InterActors, an ensemble of 70 improv actors that speak over 35 languages and perform all over the world. He was writer/director of the arrival ceremonies in Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City for the Olympic Torch Relay of the Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games.