October 3, 2018
Our Denver team has finished unpacking boxes, settled into their new home, and held a ‘happy hour’ housewarming party with some of our nearby friends and colleagues. And now we have one more thing to celebrate—Chris Moore has joined our Denver office on a full-time basis!
Some of you may already recognize Chris’ name. He’s been working with us part time for over five years as an AV designer, so he’s already familiar with our projects, clients, and collaborators. In fact, he originally started his relationship with Theatre Projects when he was the premier head sound engineer at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center in Atlanta.
With an impressive resume working on state-of-the-art audiovisual systems in every venue type imaginable (including arenas, stadiums, arts centers, cruise ships, houses of worship, corporate headquarters, and hotels), Chris brings invaluable experience to our projects. He’s previously worked on two Dragone productions, The House of Dancing Water in Macau and The Dai Show in Xishuangbanna, China, as well as for the world tour of Russian pop star Philipp Kirkorov. Before joining Theatre Projects full time, Chris was a system designer with Meyer Sound Labs working on high-profile projects like Ford Field in Detroit and the Loeb Theatre in Boston. He’s also been the director of operations for a worldwide AV integration company.
But Chris brings more to our team than just experience and know-how—he also has a dry sense of humor and loves the great outdoors. We’re looking forward to introducing him to more of our clients and collaborators. In
the meantime, here’s a little bit more about him:
Q: Denver has an active pop, jazz, folk, and classical music scene. What’s your favorite music style, and do you think you’ll be able to find a good music spot somewhere nearby?
A: I love experiencing live music in small, intimate bar atmospheres. No matter what kind of music is playing, you get so much more bang for your buck in that kind of environment—it’s relaxed and intimate.
Q: What are you looking forward to most about Denver and its surroundings?
A: I’m an off-grid kind of guy when I’m not working, so I’m looking forward to the bounty of outdoor things that Denver has to offer. I’m looking forward to backpacking with my family, hiking, fishing, riding my motorcycle…
Q: There are lots of sports teams in Denver. Do you plan on watching many live games?
A: Yes! I used to support Atlanta’s hockey team (the Thrashers), but they moved to Winnipeg a few years ago when they were sold to a Canadian-based group, so I lost my local team. I’m excited to have a new local team to support, and I’m looking forward to seeing the Colorado Avalanche play.