Tyler C. Trofatter

Tyler is a production and lighting designer, production manager, technical director and lighting technician based out of Boston, Massachusetts USA. He strives to be a complete strategic partner for all his clients, helping to guide them through all technical aspects of live event production. From vendor and site selection, to 3D per-visualisation renderings, until the last truck has left the show, he is with you all the way. 

 

Having designed and operated a variety of events from fashion shows to rock shows, weddings to festivals, DJ's to jam bands, EDM shows to musicals; his passion for live events is exhibited in all his work.  He has toured with notable artists including Jorja Smith (2018 - present) Sia (Nostalgic for the Present, Europe 2016; Australia/ New Zealand 2017), Shania Twain (Rock this Country 2015) and  Jason Aldean (Burn It Down 2014).

In his own words:

I have been captivated by entertainment lighting since a very young age and have cultivated a passions for lighting live events. Upon receiving my B.A. in Stage Design and Technology Management in 2008 from Wagner College in Staten Island, New York, I got my start at Port Lighting Systems working my way up the ranks from Technician to Project Manager to Senior Project Manager and Lighting Designer. It has been there that I was able to further develop my leadership and time management abilities, as well as further enhance my design, programming, rigging, client and budget management skills. I have experienced the nuances of working in arenas, clubs, ballrooms, tents, and unconventional venues of all shapes and sizes both locally and touring. I am able to multitask, and am often found directing crews while programming a show or making onsite repairs to a light. It is through my incredibly strong work ethic and constant hunger for success that I quickly earn the trust and respect of my co-workers and employers. When I am presented with a task or challenge I go at it 100% giving it the best of my abilities and see it through till the end- there are certainly NO white gloves in my tool-kit! It is my flexibility and willingness to bend but not break that has lead to happy clients and successful shows.

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